Everseat Expedites Medical Access and Provider Reimbursements with PokitDok

By PokitDok Team,


PokitDok is excited to announce our partnership with Everseat, a patient-centered scheduling platform helping patients access appointments with healthcare providers.

Baltimore-based Everseat offers a web and mobile-based platform that offers provider organizations the ability to post open appointments - and allow patients to claim them - in real-time. This streamlined experience significantly increases efficiency for providers, and drastically improves the patient experience.

By making PokitDok’s instant insurance eligibility verification a core component of its scheduling service, healthcare providers can now dynamically fill open appointments with greater knowledge of their patients before they walk in the door. In an industry still handcuffed by spreadsheets, fax machines and telephones, insurance eligibility verification can now be performed digitally, in seconds.

“PokitDok is the magic bullet behind Everseat’s latest strategy for boosting patient access and getting their healthcare providers reimbursed on time. Two things modern healthcare has to deliver every day are easy access for patients and increased efficiency for their providers. Securing accurate and complete reimbursement starts with unlocking data for a simple, instant insurance eligibility check. Thanks to this integration with PokitDok, patients using Everseat can request appointments with their fingertips and healthcare providers get more confidence they’ll be paid on time.” - Jeff Peres, CEO and Co-Founder of Everseat

Everseat revolutionizes supply and demand for medical appointments by enabling physicians to post open appointments, dynamically fill cancellations even on short notice, and mitigate the financial impact of no-shows. Everseat providers include: LifeBridge Health, Joslin Diabetes Center, Maryland Oncology Hematology, The Centers for Advanced Orthopedics, University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Medical Center and Connecticut Asthma and Allergy, among others.

For more on the PokitDok - Everseat relationship, read the press release.

The opinions expressed in this blog are of the authors and not of PokitDok's. The posts on this blog are for information only, and are not intended to substitute for a doctor-patient or other healthcare professional-patient relationship nor do they constitute medical or healthcare advice.

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