ORLANDO, Fla., Aug. 23, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- CollaborateMD, a leading provider of innovative and intelligent cloud-based medical billing and practice management solutions, released version 9.6 which includes features to help medical practices better manage patient debt.
The CollaborateMD users are very excited about Patient Payment Plans and Patient Notifications because managing patient debt is increasing each year due to higher insurance plan deductibles. The new features allow medical practice management users to:
Create patient payment plans
Schedule payment plan installments
Apply payment plan payments
Preview payment plan statements
Patients can make payments online, view balances and payment plans, and setup to receive balance notifications (via text or email) at the CollaborateMD Patient Payment Portal.
An important security feature released in v9.6 causes all social security numbers (ssno) to now be masked on all reports system-wide. Previously the ssno was only masked throughout the software itself. Administrators have the choice to display the complete ssno for specific users or on specific reports.
"Our users deserve the best and each medical billing software release we make allows them to become the best," said Douglas Kegler, CEO and Founder of CollaborateMD. "Everyone at CMD loves to help our customers become more efficient and successful."
A few other features and functionality in v9.6 include:
Default situational modifiers
Custom authorization alerts
User notifications via text or email for password reset, payer agreement denial, system issue, etc.
Report refresh without having to re-enter all filter criteria
Since 1999, CollaborateMD's innovative and intelligent cloud-based revenue cycle management software solutions have contributed to the financial and operational success of medical practices and medical billing services in every state across the country. CollaborateMD's Windows and MAC solution, with its simplicity, intelligence, and phenomenal support, is used by thousands of medical providers and has processed over $46 billion worth of medical claims and manages over 20 million patients.