CHARLOTTE, N.C. – AccessOne, a leading provider of patient financing options designed to help patients manage their healthcare costs, today announced that they added a new stable of clients. Flagler Hospital, AnMed Health and Phoebe Putney Health System are all leaders in their markets and innovators in how they enable patients to get the healthcare they need. With the addition of these clients to their portfolio, AccessOne will be able to provide flexible patient payment options to even more patients.
“We are extremely pleased to partner with these hospitals and health systems and recognize what this partnership means for their patients,” said Mark Spinner, Chief Executive Officer of AccessOne. “We look forward to offering more patients flexible patient financing options that will get them the care that they need.”
Flagler Hospital is located in St. Augustine, Fla. and is a private, not-for-profit facility with 335 beds. They are consistently recognized nationally for overall clinical excellence. AccessOne will help Flagler Hospital provide the best patient experience through creating flexible patient payment options.
Based in Anderson, S.C., and serving Upstate South Carolina and northeast Georgia, AnMed Health is a 700-bed, not-for-profit health system. By partnering with AccessOne, AnMed Health will be able to reach their patients who are looking for financing options at all five of their hospitals.
Phoebe Putney Health System is a not-for-profit health system network of more than 4,500 physicians, nurses, professional staff and volunteers in Albany, Ga. Through AccessOne, they will work together to provide a better way to drive health and wellness for their community through flexible patient payment options.
“Through the addition of these new health systems and hospitals, we can continue to partner with premier health systems to ensure their patients can access necessary healthcare while helping hospitals increase payments,” said David White, executive vice president of business development of AccessOne. “With AccessOne, organizations such as Flagler Hospital, AnMed Health and Phoebe Putney Health System will be able to focus on providing patient centered care by giving the patient a choice in their care options.”