Using Your Phone for Medical Billing
With the newest version of our EHR/EMR application, the iPhone version of the application gains the same billing functionality that was previously available on the iPad application. The functionality of the billing features of the iPhone app operates in the same way the iPad version operates — optimized for use with a smaller screen. With this addition, a section with two new tabs are added to your visit management page: ICD-10 codes and Billing. The ICD-10 code page allows you to add new diagnoses and refer to existing medical conditions. The billing tab allows you to add medical billing information to your appointment for the purpose of claim submission. Now your billing functionality across the web, iPad, and iPhone will be synced, giving you versatility in your billing workflow.
This update adds iPhone compatibility with many standard features that sync across all drchrono products. The following features are now available:
- The Billing Picklist
- Billing Profiles
- The Patient Problems List
- Adding, removing, and changing medical billing codes to appointments
To submit charges and/or claim information, you can add a variety of codes to your appointment. The following types of codes can be added:
- ICD-10 Codes
- CPT Codes
- HCPCS Codes
- Custom procedures
- Custom inventory items
The billing system for the iPhone edition of the EHR/EMR app is available now for versions of the app 10.0.54 or later. To download the newest version of the app, visit our iTunes page located here.
drchrono is an EHR, Practice Management, Billing, and Revenue Cycle Management SaaS solution for mobile and web. Interested in trying out drchrono? Contact our sales team for a free demo at (844) 569-8628 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Article by Thomas Your, Retention Specialist, drchrono
Thomas produces product content as part of the Customer Success team at drchrono. Thomas has been working in healthcare and technology since 2011 with a focus on data analysis in wearable medical devices. Thomas holds a B.S. in Biomedical Engineering from Boston University, minoring in Computer Engineering and Business Administration & Management.