PracticeSuite is a medical billing software for private practices and small to large institutions. Its features include patient scheduling and collections, email and text appointment reminders, financial reports, and more. In this article, we cover PracticeSuite reviews and pricing. Ready to get started? Sign up for a free account.
Summary of PracticeSuite Reviews
As of March 2019, there are no up-to-date PracticeSuite reviews online. If you are a past or current PracticeSuite user, leave a review to help others who are deciding whether or not to use the software.
The PracticeSuite pricing scheme covers a free Billing Starter Edition and three paid subscription plans: Billing Plus Edition ($95/provider per month), Billing Complete Edition ($195/provider per month), and a high claim volume plan (custom priced). The main differences between the plans are the number of electronic claims per month and advanced reporting among others.
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Check out the list below of some of PracticeSuite’s features:
- Patient scheduling
- Billing and collections
- Electronic claims and patient statements
- Insurance benefit verifications
- Collections and denials workbench
- Advanced reporting and executive dashboard
- Medicare, Medicaid, MCBC, and TriCare connectivity
What features are included in the free Billing Starter Edition?
The free Billing Starter Edition provides users access to electronic claims, patient statements, printed paper claims, and email and text appointment reminders, each with a monthly limit of 25 transactions. It also includes a free HIPAA Office Starter Edition, basic practice financial reporting, tools to manage cash-pay and self-pay patients, and unlimited email and chat support.
What types of billing forms does PracticeSuite process?
PracticeSuite processes both ambulatory (CMS-1500) and non-ambulatory (UB-04) billing forms with every plan. CMS-1500 is a claim form used by individuals’ health care providers while UB-04 is used by nursing facilities and hospitals.