The Aesthetic Society is partnering with the patient payment platform PatientFi, offering special membership pricing.

The Aesthetic Society and PatientFi, a patient payments platform provider, announced an alliance partnership to benefit members.

As part of the partnership, PatientFi has made available special membership pricing for The Aesthetic Society, comprising over 2,600 board-certified plastic surgeons.

PatientFi removes cost barriers and replaces them with a patient-friendly financing solution, helping more patients afford the treatments and procedures they want and helping providers grow their case volume.

“We are honored to be entering an alliance partnership with The Aesthetic Society and offering exclusive membership pricing to its providers,” said Scott Jorgensen, PatientFi co-founder and president. “We know that cost is the number one reason why patients do not move forward with an elective procedure or treatment, and by removing this barrier with our unique financing platform, as well as leveraging our co-marketing partnerships, we are bringing friendly monthly payment plans and promotional financing options for cosmetic procedures to the forefront.”

PatientFi offers flexible payment options that fit the patient’s unique needs, including promotional zero-interest plans, if paid in full during the promotion, and fixed-rate plans with APRs as low as 6.99%.

In addition to making services more affordable, PatientFi helps providers market their most popular procedures and treatments on a budget-friendly monthly plan.

This month, PatientFi launched a new revolving product, creating a smooth transaction process for healthcare providers and a way for patients to pay for recurring out-of-pocket healthcare expenses.

“The Aesthetic Society is dedicated to supporting our industry partners who understand the unique needs and challenges of aesthetic plastic surgery practices and patients,” said William Adams, MD, president of The Aesthetic Society. “We look forward to a long-standing partnership with PatientFi and will work closely to help make aesthetic treatments more accessible and affordable.”

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