2017 Top 5 Highest Rated Medical Billing Software

Listed below are the top 5 highest rated medical billing software vendors based on highest user rating. There hundreds of medical billing software providers, so we attempted to vet them down to a handful based on the highest user rating, affordability, and enough user reviews go give a sampling. They are listed alphabetically - not in order of rating.

This listing could just as easily be titled “Highest Rated Practice Management Software” since all of them offer many of the standard practice management features. Some even have EMR features.

Criteria for selecting these:

  • Can be used for many specialties.
  • Have a large number of user reviews. Some medical billing software may be rated higher, but they have a small number of reviews or tailored to a particular specialty.
  • Are reasonably priced. All but one of these listed have an affordability of 2 out of 5 or lower.

Many of these are described as software “suites” which means the perform multiple functions in addition to medical billing.

One observation about user reviews for the highest rated medical billing software listed below. When you look at all the reviews, even the best have some bad reviews due to bad user experiences or expectations. This may be because the software works better with certain specialties.

Bad user reviews may also be due to the differences in office practices and organization - basically how they do things where the software “gets in the way” and doesn't complement their office practices or processes. It can also be due to resistance to change that comes anytime you introduce a new tool - regardless of how good it is.

(489) Reviews

(138) Reviews

(21) Reviews

(387) Reviews

(79) Reviews

These user reviews are compiled by Software Advice out of over 288 providers. You can see all of the 250-plus medical billing software providers with ratings here.

When highest rated medical billing software, besides cost and user ratings you should also consider:

  • Dedicated function versus a software suite. Suite means the software can perform multiple functions in addition to medical billing such as patient scheduling, EMR, insurance verification, etc.
  • Platform: cloud (web) or locally installed and maintained. Cloud based requires less IT support or backup on your part. However your practice should have a reliable internet connection. Web based software is also sometimes called SaaS - which stand for Software as a Service.
  • Ease of use.
  • Support when you have problems.
  • Installed base - how many practices or facilities are already using this software.
  • HIPAA security and privacy compliance.

For help and guidance in selecting a medical billing or practice management software, we recommend contacting Software Advice - it's FREE and they can help you narrow down the best software for your situation.

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