Prehistoric medical
Free Medical Billing Software with
ANSI 5010 X 12 EDI CREATION FOR HCFA 1500 & UB04's

Ronald B. Parks, LLC
3892 S US HIGHWAY 231
FREEDOM, IN 47431
812.585.5183 Email ronaldbparks@hotmail.com
billing software
Is your medical billing software outdated? Do you use Amazing Charts and need a billing solution?
 
Try our medical billing program, MED, free of charge. Online help and support through Billing Medical. Free version of MED is limited to 50 patient accesses/30 days. The CLAIMS program is now free.
 
All registered users will receive a login and password. Email to Billing Medical if you have not received your login and password. The login is used for future downloads.  The default login to the program is USER, the default Password is PASSWORD.

Go to the Order page for prices and additional services.  
 
Training Videos  (84Meg Download, zip file)

08/23/2019,We are closing the web page.  No more sales.  Support will be provided via email. SSNRI, Social Security Number Removal Initiative. Please read the current newsletter.

03/17/2017, Changes to IFORM.TPS.  Added IFO:TAXONOMY[x].
This allows adding the provider taxonomy code to the paper HCFA 1500.  Caution backup your data.  Please read the current newsletter.

02/14/2017, HL7 Export creation option has been added to the Query program.  Read the newsletter for details.

10/18/2015, Fixed a problem with UB04 ANSI file.

10/10/2015, ICD10 Users, download the new SETUP.EXE.  It is your responsibility to test with your carriers.  I cannot test for you.  Backup your data, this update will change several files  Install on your main or server computer first. News Letter

12/23/2014, We are changing our support and update policy.  Please read the current News Letter.

04/28/2014, MSP document. SECONDARY.PDF Exclude *.tps from virus check with Windows Defender and other anti virus programs.
 
12/30/2013, We have the new 1500 (02-12) ready for use. You have the option of which form to use. Download the current update, read the Newsletter and user manual...
  
09/19/2012, ICD10 CM and PCS files are included in the new SETUP.EXE file. The user manual and help files have been updated. CHM help files are now included.
 
07/02/2008, Window Vista users need to download winhlp32.exe from Microsoft http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=82148. Vista users may wish to change the default window padding, clipped letters Windows 7 also needs an updated winhlpew.exe file. news & info
 
A new,  program has been added.  The program 'CLAIMS' will allow you to enter data directly to 1500's and UB04's.  CLAIMS will also print the claim forms.  The program is now (Feb. 2009) free.

Members LoginPlace OrdersMED HistoryNews & InfoDownloadsFAQshome
MED is a multi-user, network ready medical office billing program. Multi Directory support for billing services.

MED is fully functional.
Online Download - free (limited to 50 patient accesses/30 days)
 

MED with EMR - $195.00
CLAIMS - Free
Support per incident - $30.00
Update CD-ROM  with Training Videos- $30.00 

CLAIMS, just enter data onto a claim form. FREE

UPDATE
Online Users Manual 2.0 available.
Adobe PDF format (8.8 Meg)

New Security Manual available.
Adobe PDF format (204K)

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MED written using Softvelocity Enterprise Edition. ODBC driver available.

Address Questions, Comments or Problems to:
Ron Parks

DISCLAIMER AND TERMS

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Privacy Statement: I do not provide registration to any other party. Your registration information is used for registration only. I may contact you with notices of updates or problem alerts. You may opt out of notification by adding 'no contact' in the Company or address fields.
 
The Claims program is free but may only be obtained from this web site.  We have no resellers and are not associated with any other company.

All program offered for sell on this site are Copyrighted 2000-2013 by Ronald B. Parks.


 



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