MedLook, medical billing software

MedLook, Medical Billing Software

Affordable, feature packed medical billing software solution for your practice

If you are looking for medical billing software, medical practice management software, electronic medical claims software, medical document management, or EMR / EHR functionality you are in the right place. For more information take a look at the information below, check out our Product pages, or read [MORE]...

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Medical billing software features
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Tutorials

Demos
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Prices
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Getting Started

Getting Started
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  • Tip of the Week

    posted Monday, October 13 2014 by taylor

    Using Filters gives a great amount of versatility when organizing patients, facilities, and insurance carriers. This also greatly assists when creating reports and batch billing. Filters can be used to organize content by last or first name, account number, DOB, etc. You also have the ability to create different filters for different users. You can choose or swap between these filters from a drop down menu. Random Fact: In 1934, thousands of Americans from New York attended a pro-Nazi rally to convince the U.S. to remain neutral on Hitler.


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  • Tip of the Week

    posted Wednesday, October 01 2014 by taylor

    Are you having difficulty with the Payment -F7 tab? We now have a Payment screen walkthrough on our website! Just click on the green Tutorials button on our MedLook website home screen, then click MedLook 4 walkthroughs, then Entering and Applying Payments (under the Payment Screen heading). Random Fact: Transmission of the Ebola virus is typically via human-to-human, direct contact with blood or bodily fluids from an infected patient. It is also transmitted, though less likely, by contact with objects that are contaminated by the Ebola virus- particularly needles and syringes.


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