Check-out with simple, single-screen entry of charges, payments, adjustments, appointment scheduling, receipt and recall.
- Simple, single-screen entry of charges, payments & adjustments
- Procedure grouping speeds entry
- Easy Patient search and set-up with Driver’s License swipe option
- Fast access by patient name, portion of name, SSN, insurance #, phone & DOB, etc.
- True open item system and statements (not balance forward, line item or on account)
- Patient co-payments and deductibles may be maintained by insurance carrier & group
- Co-payments shown at check-out & on route sheet
- Verify patient eligibility & benefits electronically for Blue Cross, Medicare & Medicaid
- Date-stamp when eligibility & benefits checked
- Electronic pre-certification for Blue Cross
- Check Claim Status electronically for select carriers
- Patient, responsible party, and third party (workers’ comp) billing
- Automatically changes balance to patient responsible when all insurance is adjudicated
- Statements indicate a separate balance due from patient & balance due from insurance
- Electronic statements and electronic medical billing collection letters available
- Practice-defined statement messages
- Cycle billing option
- Account ‘to-do’ alerts operator of special instructions
- Refund Automation
- On-demand statements (ASAP) may be printed at anytime
- Maintains history of scheduling, collection history, progress notes
Automated Comprehensive Collections
Defined by you, automated by MediSYS’ Comprehensive Collection System.
A standard MediSYS feature, our comprehensive automated medical billing collections system, is based on your practice’s collection policy parameters. Allows practices the option to automatically separate patient’s collection balance from “current” balance if continuing to see the patient.
- flags candidates for collections
- flashed in scheduling, check-out, patient account
- patient collection balance “category”
- automatic collection letters
- phone list
- optional electronic statements and electronic collection letters
An example of a typical medical billing collection cycle begins with a series of statements with aging messages you define. When statements are sent but no payment is made, collection letters may begin with graduated intensity. At this phase, collection flashers will appear on all workstations for these accounts during scheduling, check-out, patient account and payment entry. Once the collection letter series is complete, and no payment is received, it may be rolled-over for “review” and/or submission to a collection agency/attorney.