Reimbursify dramatically simplifies the entire claim submission process and should only take you a few minutes.
To submit a claim you will need a physical or digital copy of the receipt/superbill from your practitioner, which should contain all of the information you need to complete the steps below. Click here to learn more about receipts/superbills
Step 1: Begin
Tap the orange "+" icon on the Claims screen to begin claim filing process.
Step 2: Add a Patient
Tap the name of the patient who received the treatment for this claim. Tap "Add a new family member" to add a new patient to your account. Click here to learn more about adding patients to your account
Step 3: Select the Date(s) of Service
Choose dates on the calendar to specify when the visit(s) took place. You can select multiple dates if all of the visits had the same codes and fees, which you will enter on the following steps. Click here to learn more about multi-date filing
Step 4: Submit a Photo of Your Receipt/Superbill
Tap the orange shutter button to take a photo of your receipt/superbill, or tap the upload icon to select a digital file (PDF) from your phone. Use the cropping tool to select only the portion of the photo that contains your receipt/superbill. You can submit multiple photos if you are submitting claims for more than one visit. Click here to learn more about submitting a copy of your receipt/superbill
Step 5: Add a Practitioner
Tap the name of the practitioner who provided the treatment for this claim. Tap "Add a new Practitioner" to add a new practitioner to your account. Click here to learn more about adding practitioners to your account
If your practitioner has not registered with Reimbursify for a paid or free plan, it will be necessary to add your practitioner’s Tax ID to the claim. This is a one-time step. Your practitioner’s Tax ID can be found on your receipt/superbill. They are sometimes referred to as EIN numbers, and have nine digits, i.e., “12-3456789”.
Step 6: Enter the Diagnosis Code(s)
Tap into the "Diagnosis Code" field to enter the diagnosis code(s) for this claim. Diagnosis codes can be found on your receipt/superbill. They are sometimes referred to as "ICD-10" codes or "DX" codes and usually start with a letter, i.e., "F41.1" or "G47.00." Tap the orange "Add" button after you have typed a code, to add it to the claim. Tap the orange "Continue" button when you have added all of the diagnosis codes for the visit. Click here to learn more about diagnosis codes
Step 7: Enter the Service Code(s)
Tap into the "Service Code" field to enter the service code(s) for this claim. Service codes can be found on your receipt/superbill. They are sometimes referred to as CPT, treatment codes or procedural codes and are always five digits, i.e., "90834" or "99213." Tap into the "$Fee" field to enter the fee associated with each treatment code. The fee should include any discounts that were applied to your bill. Tap the orange "Add" button after you have typed a code, to add it to the claim. Tap the orange "Continue" button when you have added all of the service codes and fees for the visit. Click here to learn more about treatment codes
Select the checkbox below the Service Code field to apply modifiers or units. Modifiers indicate that the treatment was altered by some specific circumstance, when that circumstance is not defined by a different code, and are common with certain types of treatments, like telehealth visits (modifier "95"). Units are common with physical therapy visits, where treatments can be applied in 15-minute increments. Tap the orange "Continue" button after you have typed a code, fee and any applicable modifiers or units.
Step 8: Review and Submit Your Claim
Review the details of your claim, and then tap the orange "Submit" button to send it to your insurance company. (Note: If this is not your first claim, you may have enter payment details in order to submit the claim.)
That's it! Your claim is on its way to your insurance company, and you will receive an email from Reimbursify confirming your submission.
You can view the status of your claim at any time by selecting the "Sent to Insurance" tab on the Claims dashboard.
It typically takes 30-45 days for most insurance companies to process claims, after which time you will receive an Explanation of Benefits (EOB) in the mail or via email, containing details about which portion of your visit is covered by your plan, how much was applied to your deductible and how much was reimbursed. You can enter these details for any claim under the "Processed by Insurance" tab on the Claims dashboard.