Survey shows many consumers prefer to pay medical bills online

04/30/2010 | Health Data Management

A new survey indicated that 72% of consumers would opt to pay medical bills, communicate with doctors or schedule appointments online, and 84% would be interested in filling out forms online before a doctor's visit. The survey also found almost 40% of respondents said they don't understand their medical bills or explanation of benefit statements.

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