PayZang hopes to bring a mobile payments system to the private practice of a doctor, or the office of a larger healthcare company.
The Salt Lake City-based merchant services provider makes healthcare payment software that establishes virtual terminals on computers for processing debit and credit card payments.
The terminal also manages recurring payments, processes eChecks and performs automatic National Science Foundation collections for research, PayZang states in a May 15 press release.
The PayZang mobile payment application allows healthcare offices to also establish payment acceptance on mobile devices. The application is currently compatible with iPhones, iPads and iPods. It will support Android devices in the next month, the company says.
PayZang also offers an online payment page for healthcare professionals who want to offer immediate payment options to their patients.
Providers can use PayZang's application interface to automate payments from existing software and establish a customized and integrated system, PayZang says. The technology allows healthcare professionals to accept payments within their current mobile application or website.