Simplify your insurance claim reimbursement
(based on volume)
- Get claims paid in 24 hours
- Unlimited claim processing
- No minimums
- No monthly fees
Automate your patient out-of-pocket collection process
companies charge 5%
- Patients get billed 24 hours after submitting superbill
- No minimums
Enter Claims & Collect work together for practice growth
(based on specialty and volume)
- Make your practice more efficient than ever with our priority support
Included with every plan
Centralized Dispute System
Manage all of your patient and payer communication in your Enter dashboard.
Business Intelligence Dashboard
Understand your practice's performance with your Enter dashboard.
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Why we built Enter
Streamline healthcare billing experience
Medical billing has historically been a nightmare. Our goal is to make your practice efficient, your cash flow predictable and your life easy.
Frequently asked questions
How can I keep track of submitted claims?
Each client has access to their own, personalized, cloud-based portal, which includes claim tracking, payments and messaging.
Can patients contact Enter directly with questions?
Yes, patients can reach Enter’s support team via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (855) 777-4853.
What kind of reports can I run?
Through your client portal, you able to run claim, transaction, and revenue reports. These reports allow you to analyze claim submissions and payer responses, as well as track the deposits and withdrawals from your bank account.
Does Enter post payments based on the date the ERA is received or the deposit date?
Enter posts payments based on ERA dates. We are happy to submit EFT enrollments for any clients that are receiving paper checks from payers to further expedite the payment process.
How does Enter deposit and withdraw money from my bank account?
Practices either grant Enter access to its operating account or a secondary business account to advance and withdraw capital.
How do I get my claims to Enter?
There are two ways that we get claims from our clients. First, the practice can simply drag-and-drop a claim from their Practice Management (PM) system directly into Enter’s HIPAA compliant cloud-based portal and it uploads directly into our system. The claim must be in a .pdf format. Second, Enter staff can log into the practice’s PM/EMR system and pull the data directly from there.
How do I know if my Practice Management system can produce a CMS-1500 or CMS-1450 claim in the proper format?
If you are unsure of what format your PM can produce a Professional (CMS-1500) or Institutional (CMS-1450) claim, please contact us for a no-fee, no obligation evaluation.
How does Enter pay me for a claim within 24 hours?
Within 24 hours, Enter reviews each claim provided by the practice, determines the claim’s value through sophisticated analysis and advances capital on each claim directly into the practice’s bank account.
What does Enter’s analysis consist of?
Enter’s patent-pending analysis consists of a series of touch-points including, but not limited to, an in-network or out-of-network analysis, patient eligibility, usual and customary rates (UCR), practice location, adjudicated claims data, clearinghouse benchmarks, and more.
How does Enter get paid?
Enter charges a flat-fee percent of collections. After Enter advances money on a practice’s claim, Enter submits the claim to the payer and follows the claim throughout the claim’s lifecycle (request for additional verification, denial management, claim negotiation, etc.). When the claim is ultimately paid by the payer and monies deposited into the practice’s account, Enter withdraws its advanced capital plus its fee, which is generally between 5% - 9% depending on the specialty and practice volume.
For example, let’s say Enter charges a client a 6% fee on its collections. Enter receives a claim from practice with charges that total $100.00. Enter calculates that the payer will pay 80% of the claim. Enter advances $80.00 into the practice’s bank account within 24 hours of receiving the claim and then submits the claim to the payer. Then, 30-60-90+ days later, when the payer actually deposits the money into the practice’s bank account, Enter recovers its capital ($80.00) plus the 6% fee. If the payer reimburses the claim at 100%, and deposits $100.00 into the practice’s account, Enter recovers $86.00 ($80.00 + plus $6.00 (6% of $100.00).
HIPAA IS HARD. ENTER MAKES IT EASY.
100% commitment to healthcare privacy
Enter is designed to meet significant certifications including PCI, HIPAA, and TCPA. PHI is the top priority which is why we ensure end-to-end encryption & strict security policies.