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SwervePay® feature eliminates processing costs without the need for a third-party payment portal


MUNCIE, Ind. (September 22, 2020) – Ontario Systems, a leading provider of enterprise software that automates revenue recovery workflows for clients in the healthcare, government, and accounts receivable management (ARM) markets, today announced the introduction of its Cardholder Fee Program, a key feature of Ontario Systems’ recently acquired end-to-end payment engagement platform and registered payment facilitator, SwervePay®.

The Cardholder Fee Program addresses a major need in the ARM marketplace by allowing agencies to eliminate payment of processing costs without introducing the inefficiency and risks associated with third-party payment portals. SwervePay’s Cardholder Fee Program was developed with major card brand rules in mind to help users align their payment process with industry standards. With this feature, SwervePay users can avoid having to leave their collection system; as a result, the Cardholder Fee Program streamlines collection agents’ workflows while minimizing Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) and other compliance risks.

“To avoid processing fees, many agencies process and record payments outside of their collection system and then return to manually log payment activity, which introduces the potential for human error and compliance issues,” said Ontario Systems Vice President of Payments Jaeme Adams. “The Cardholder Fee Program allows SwervePay users to automatically capture, process, and record payments in real time within their collection system without incurring processing costs. Day to day, this cost-saving feature helps make collections easier, safer, and more efficient.”


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About Ontario Systems

Ontario Systems is a premier provider of enterprise technologies that streamline and accelerate revenue recovery for clients in the healthcare, government, and accounts receivable management (ARM) markets. Through process automation and modern communication and payment tools, Ontario Systems helps its clients generate more revenue at reduced cost and engage patients, constituents, and consumers compliantly and effectively.

With offices in Indiana, Massachusetts, New Mexico, and Washington state and employees across the country, Ontario Systems helps 600+ hospital networks—including 5 of the 15 largest systems in the U.S.—optimize cash collections and provide a seamless patient financial experience. Ontario Systems also serves 8 of the 10 largest ARM companies in addition to state and municipal governments nationwide.