Cerbo’s integrated billing functions have all that you need to assign charges, handle credit card processing, process recurring subscription charges, create invoices and receipts, and generate billing reports.
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Charge List

Billing starts with your custom charge list of the services you provide, and products that you sell.

You can set different charges by discounted versus non-discounted patient groups, or even by provider type. Charges are added to a patient’s account using the smart search box provided, where you can type all or part of the charge name, nickname(s) and associated code(s) in any order. Before you add the charge, you’ll have the option to add or edit the charge information.

Payments and Credit Card Processing

Cerbo uses charges that you enter to streamline bill pay, populating pre-filled invoices and other billing documentation with the click of a button. For direct-pay practices or anyone who needs to be able to accept payments on the spot, we also support embedded credit card processing with Stripe or Bluefin. We don’t charge for merchant services – you pay only what your merchant services provider charges for credit card transactions, and then you can charge patient credit cards or issue credit card refunds directly from the EMR. You can even opt to give patients the ability to pay bills via the Patient Portal. With integrated credit card processing, you know right away whether a charge went through, and can easily review your transaction history.

Subscriptions

For direct pay and concierge clinics, Cerbo supports automatic recurring subscription payments. Patients add a credit card and payments automatically deduct each month, reducing your administrative burden. Additionally Cerbo has an integration with Hint Health, allowing for users to use Hint for their automated Subscription Billing and synching patient data between the two platforms.

Billing Reports

Cerbo’s billing reporting functions generate billing reports suitable for sending to a third party billing service or for internal practice management and administration. You can easily limit billing reports by type of service, provider, date range, paid/unpaid, and more, getting a clear picture of the practice’s financial status, as well as potential opportunities for improvement.