Today in healthcare, Cigna + Oscar go virtual in Tennessee and Georgia, and PYMNTS has released a new ranking of telemedicine apps. Plus, Santander adds revenue management to its healthcare lockbox.
Cigna + Oscar To Launch Virtual Primary Care Offering
Health insurance providers Cigna and Oscar are rolling out Oscar Virtual Primary Care for small businesses in Tennessee and Georgia on some Cigna + Oscar plans starting next year, the companies announced in a Thursday (July 22) press release.
Oscar’s Virtual Primary Care allows patients to schedule unlimited appointments with primary care physicians, both virtually and in-person. Members can manage chronic conditions, receive preventive care and coordinate specialty care.
Latest Telemedicine Provider Ranking Checkup (Mostly) A Picture Of Health
As PYMNTS recently reported, digital healthcare startups scooped up close to $15 billion in the first half of 2021 from many venturous venture capitalists. The top five remained the same in this month’s Provider Ranking of Telemedicine Apps, but there’s some jockeying going on the bottom half of the top 10.
Santander Bank Adds Revenue Management To Healthcare Lockbox
Santander Bank, N.A.’s commercial banking division is collaborating with healthcare remittance provider Revenue Management Solutions on a receivables lockbox for its healthcare customers, per a Thursday (July 22) press release.
The new product saves healthcare providers including hospitals, community health centers, clinics, diagnostic centers, life sciences organizations and pharmaceutical companies time and costs by automating their revenue cycles.