Dr. Bill is a medical billing software designed for health care professionals and companies located in Canada. Its features include smart billing automation, claim management, reporting, and setting up paperwork, private invoicing, and more. In this article, we cover Dr. Bill reviews and pricing. Ready to get started? Get a free trial.
Summary of Dr. Bill Reviews
As of March 2019, there are no Dr. Bill reviews online. If you are a past or current Dr. Bill customer, leave a review to help others who are deciding whether or not to use the software.
Dr. Bill Pricing
The Dr. Bill pricing scheme covers four plans, billed monthly: Self-Serve ($30/month), Full-Serve (charges 1.95% of paid claims/billing cycle), Premium (charges 2.95% of paid claims/billing cycle), and Enterprise (custom priced). The main difference between the plans is access to premium features, such as free private invoicing, rejection management, and phone support.
Those who subscribe to the Full-Serve plan will receive $50 in credit while those who opt for the Premium plan will receive $100 in credit to spend for other Dr. Bill services.
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Dr. Bill Features
Check out the list below of some of Dr. Bill’s features:
- Unlimited label snaps
- Mobile and web apps
- Rejection management
- Detailed reporting
- Online and phone support
- Free private invoicing
- Integrates with InputHealth
Dr. Bill FAQ
What does Dr. Bill’s free trial cover?
Dr. Bill’s free trial covers one month access to all the features of your preferred paid plan.
In which Canadian provinces is Dr. Bill supported?
Dr. Bill is designed for users who are based in Canada, specifically in Ontario and British Columbia. It will be rolling out services in Alberta soon.