Electronic Insurance Claims and Attachments
eClaims gives you the ability to simplify the insurance claim process so you get paid faster. With a few clicks of the mouse, your insurance claims are created in Easy Dental, validated, and electronically sent to your payors. The entire process only takes a few minutes, but reduces your reimbursement time to days instead of weeks.
eClaims can reduce your number of rejected claims by verifying that all the necessary components are included with your claims. Everything you need to complete a claim, including digital x-rays, perio charts and photographs, can be attached right from within your practice management software. Plus, many claims can be adjudicated in real-time, reducing the reimbursement time even further.
eClaims, unlike paper claims, are transmitted in a secure, HIPAA-compliant format. Your patients’ information is never in jeopardy of being compromised and you save money on postage.
eClaims versus the competition
eClaims is the only electronic claim service that is actually part of your Easy Dental software; this means no bridges, no third party patches, and no hassles. With a click of the mouse all of your insurance claims and attachments are sent directly to your payors. Plus, if you need help, the eClaims support team is the only source that can help you with everything from claim creation to reimbursement.
You can send all your claims with eClaims. Claims that can’t be processed electronically will be printed and mailed for you at no additional charge. Since eClaims is connected to
the largest list of payors for electronic claims and attachments in the industry, you can send more claims and attachments using eClaims than with any other service.
With eClaims you can…
- Send electronic claims in minutes
- Add attachments from Easy Dental
- Adjudicate claims in real-time
- Protect confidential patient information
- Send all your claims with eClaims
- Receive free instant software updates
- Contact toll-free, live customer support
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