Our services are designed for any healthcare practice, whether you serve patients virutally or in-person, accept insurance or are out-of-network. We are here to eliminate time-consuming tasks from your workflow, like calling insurers.
If you want to save time on insurance verifications, prior authorizations, and claims status phone calls to payors, we would be happy to assist you! Schedule a consultation with our team today.
First, SuperBill eliminates countless hours your staff wait on the phone, collecting details manually from insurance companies. Our system can automate hundreds of calls per day for your practice, at a much lower cost than hourly employees or salaried team members.
Second, we help you get in-depth insurance details that help your practice avoid billing errors that result in costly claim denials and delayed reimbursements.
SuperBill operates behind the scenes and our process is not visible to your patients. We'll handle the busy work with insurance, and you can be the hero.
Our process is designed to eliminate tedious tasks from your workflow. Often, the most effective method is connecting SuperBill to your EHR or practice management software. When using this approach, SuperBill will sign a Business Associate Agreement (BAA) to keep your practice HIPAA-compliant and then request any credentials and/or access keys we need.
Alternatively, your company can embed SuperBill's insurance verification form on your website to collect necessary details and send them directly to our secure database.
Yes. SuperBill uses best-in-class security standards to keep your patients' information secure. Our infrastructure is fully HIPAA-compliant, and we have signed BAAs for all third parties that help us securely process data. For more information, please refer to our Privacy Notice.
Many EHR and practice management platforms connect to health payers' systems to spit out automatic benefits verifications. These real-time insurance eligibility verification features are useful to many healthcare practices. However, they fall short in returning dependable, in-depth information. Phone calls can provide a much greater level of detail for the unique intricacies of your practice.