PokitDok is a cloud-based API platform that powers healthcare transactions and interoperability to enable the business of health. Third party developers such as payers, health systems, digital health, and fintech companies can use the PokitDok platform to easily create new apps or enable existing systems to streamline healthcare transactions, creating better customer experiences and bending down the cost curve to make healthcare more accessible and affordable. PokitDok’s APIs offer real time eligibility/claims, provider search, cash and insurance pricing for procedures, identity management, and more. PokitDok is based in San Mateo, CA and Charleston, SC.
Enabling New Finance Options with Health Credit Outcomes
Studies show that medical bills are the primary cause of bankruptcy. Too often, high interest credit cards are used to pay for doctor visits. PokitDok CEO Lisa Maki and Technical Evangelist John Riney will demonstrate new options for financial institutions with an interest in healthcare, designed by a team of data scientists with a deep academic background in math and graph theory. Understand emerging billing dynamics and uncover development tools/models that help mitigate financial risk. Create financing possibilities for expensive, non-acute procedures that can fall below the deductible level, like orthopedic surgery, imagery & cosmetic treatments.
What You’ll Learn
- Eligibility & Claims – learn about two things you must include to successfully complete a healthcare transaction. Lucky for you, there’s an API for that.
- Healthcare lending isn’t just for Botox anymore. Health-specific risk scores can be used to make informed lending options available to cover expensive, non-acute medical procedures.
- Costly legal proceedings are the last resort to collect unpaid bills. Learn how publishing costs up front, identifying financial resources & building an ecommerce infrastructure greatly reduces risk.
John spreads awareness of PokitDok’s technology to the developer community. He has 15 years of experience with projects involving the entire software lifecycle: design, development, testing, deployment, maintenance, user interface design, software process development, and technical writing.