Free Medical Billing Software

Free medical billing software is going away because larger companies always acquire the client bases. You might have had free medical billing software before, or maybe  you are looking for some.

Why do larger companies acquire free medical billing software?

When you have a captive audience, such as a medical practice using free medical billing software and storing their patients’ demographics, claims, and appointments in it, most likely they will pay to continue to use it.

How can I get free medical billing software today?

For students:

Many schools and colleges offer medical billing and coding classes. One of the most popular medical billing applications is Medisoft. Such classes often offer a free copy of Medisoft (free medical billing software).

For practices:

You can download a free copy of Medisoft and use it for 30 days, and if you are satisfied with the product, you can buy the Medisoft license. For Medisoft Pricing click on the link.

free medical billing software

Clearinghouse
Acts as an intermediary to forward claims information from healthcare providers to insurance payers. Clearinghouses will perform claims scrubbing, to check the claims for errors and verify that they are compatible with the payer’s software.
Examples of clearinghouse companies: Change Healthcare, Capario, Emdeon, Gateway, ABILITY, etc.
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Relational Database
A digital database which  organizes data into one or more tables (or “relations”) of rows and columns, with a unique key for each row. Generally, each entity type described in a database has its own table, the rows representing instances of that type of entity and the columns representing values attributed to that instance.
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Multi-Tenant Software
Multi-tenancy is an architecture in which a single instance of a software application serves multiple practices. Each practice is called a tenant. Multi-tenant software conveniently allows a single server and software installation to be used for multiple practices. It is something that billing companies must use when looking for medical billing software.
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SaaS Software
Software as a service (or SaaS) is a way of delivering applications over the Internet—as a service. Instead of installing and maintaining software, you simply access it via the Internet. Eliminates the need for an onsite server to run your software. Cloud-based software is also an alternative for running software without a server onsite.
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Ambulatory Care
Health services rendered in a hospital outpatient facility, a clinic, or a physician’s office; often synonymous with the term outpatient care.
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ICD
The International Classification of Diseases (ICD) is the standard diagnostic tool for epidemiology, health management and clinical purposes. This includes the analysis of the general health situation of population groups. It is used to monitor the incidence and prevalence of diseases and other health problems.

ICD-10 was endorsed by the Forty-third World Health Assembly in May 1990 and came into use in World Health Organization Member States as from 1994. The implementation date for ICD-10 is October 1, 2014.

There are differences between ICD-9 and ICD-10 are significant, including a sizeable increase in the number of new codes to address specificity. Physicians will need to move quickly to educate themselves and their staff about this major change so they can meet the October 1, 2015 compliance deadline.

Benefit Assignment
A method under which an insured person requests that his/her benefits, under an insurance claim, be paid directly to a designated physician or hospital.
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Allowed amount
The amount an insurance carrier will allow/approve for a billed medical procedure. Insurance carriers will sometimes limit their coverage to a portion of the approved/allowed amount (i.e., a carrier might pay only 80% of the allowed amount, with the remaining 20% due from the patient or subsequent carrier). Typically, these amounts vary on an annual basis. aka Reasonable and Customary
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Chargeback
A practice management term used to describe a negative (debit, positive) payment listed on a bulk remittance from an insurance company. Larger insurance plans will “take back” a previous payment for various reasons (duplicate payment, error on first payment, patient not covered by the plan at the time of service, etc.). This type of “chargeback” affects the total amount of the paid claims (check amount) by this “chargeback” amount. aka Take Back, Recoup or Auto-refund
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Testimonials & Clients

Everybody likes to hear that he/she has done something good or right, or helped someone, and is appreciated because of this; it is good for your self esteem, even if it already is rather inflated.
I always make it a point to thank the person(s) who helped me by whatever they did, especially assistants, co-workers, and the like, because that will motivate them even more whenever I would need their help again, because I showed appreciation, and everybody from time to time needs help, don’t we?
Dr. Richard Filipek
Garfield, NJ

We are very fortunate to have such prompt service. Thank you for all you do to make our processing easier. A special thanks to Vaida who has been there to assist us. We are aware of her busy schedule and she has made herself available to us especially with numerous changes taking place this year.

Maria Stark, MD
Physician Scottsdale, AZ
Andrew is excellent and well spoken technician.He Finished in the time frame he gave, and resolved the issues we had with our computer . Andrew represents everything that good character and skill can afford a company to be . Microwize is doing something right if they have Andrew and techs like him.

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