ONE SIZE DOESN’T FIT ALL
Standard customer scoring tools don’t fit patients
There’s no such thing as a ‘one size fits all’ patient engagement strategy. Health organization executives should beware—using conventional scoring tools to predict how patients will engage with and pay their healthcare bills is not an effective strategy.
More patients are displaying consumer behaviors in how they seek, access and pay for healthcare. However, paying for healthcare is fundamentally different than purchasing other high-ticket consumer goods.
In this white paper, we’ll explore how using a healthcare-based propensity scoring model can better predict how patients will engage with and pay their healthcare bills.
- 1 Learn why conventional propensity-to-pay scoring is a poor fit for healthcare
- 2 Understand how health systems can make the most of healthcare-based propensity scoring models
- 3 Gain insight into what healthcare providers should look for instead
- 4 Discover why a healthcare-based propensity scoring model is a perfect fit for your organization