Web Based Medical Billing Software

Compare All Web Based Medical Billing Software


Apply Filters:


Your Industry

Your Company Size


Sort by

Recommendations: Sorts listings by the number of recommendations our advisors have made over the past 30 days. Our advisors assess buyers’ needs for free and only recommend products that meet buyers’ needs. Vendors pay Software Advice for these referrals.
Reviews: Sorts listings by the number of user reviews we have published, greatest to least.
Sponsored: Sorts listings by software vendors running active bidding campaigns, from the highest to lowest bid. Vendors who have paid for placement have a ‘Visit Website’ button, whereas unpaid vendors have a ‘Learn More’ button.
Avg Rating: Sorts listings by overall star rating based on user reviews, highest to lowest.
A to Z: Sorts listings by product name from A to Z.
Showing 1 - 20 of 333 products
Showing 1 - 20 of 333 products


athenahealth, recently ranked #1 by 2022 Best in KLAS for athenaClinials Ambulatory EMR for 11-75 physicians and athenaIDX practice management, provides cloud-based services for electronic health records (EHR), revenue cycle manag...Read more

3.72 (727 reviews)

461 recommendations


RXNT’s integrated suite of ONC-ACB certified EHR, Practice Management, and Billing software optimizes clinical outcomes and revenue management. Simple, transparent pricing has no "hidden fees" and includes free setup and training,...Read more

4.41 (364 reviews)

340 recommendations



DrChrono’s iPad and iPhone compatible EHR and medical billing platform allows medical practices and healthcare providers to manage patient intake, patient care, clinical charting, billing and revenue cycle management. It includes ...Read more

4.03 (454 reviews)

282 recommendations

AdvancedMD EHR

AdvancedMD is a unified suite of software solutions designed for mental health, physical therapy and medical healthcare organizations and independent physician practices. Features include practice management, electronic health rec...Read more

3.63 (412 reviews)

214 recommendations

Kareo Billing

Kareo is a web-based medical billing and practice management solution used by medical practitioners and physicians across the United States. The system suits small practices and billing companies. With Kareo, practices can schedul...Read more

4.04 (591 reviews)

159 recommendations

ChartLogic EHR

ChartLogic offers an ambulatory EHR suite that includes electronic medical record, practice management, revenue cycle management, e-prescribing and patient portal. The solution caters to primary care, surgical care and other compl...Read more

3.96 (60 reviews)

150 recommendations


Elation Health

Elation Health is a cloud-based clinically focused electronic health record solution for physicians looking for an ONC-ATCB certified EMR along with patient scheduling, a patient portal, e-prescribing and e-faxing. The solution ca...Read more

4.30 (43 reviews)

117 recommendations


NextGen Office

NextGen Healthcare offers NextGen Office—a cloud-based EHR – specifically designed for private practices. NextGen Office is a fully integrated practice management solution that includes specialty-specific content, a claims clearin...Read more

4.00 (1198 reviews)

115 recommendations

Valant EHR Suite

Valant’s EHR for behavioral health offers tools for providers to streamline documentation, increase efficiency, and enhance the productivity of their practice or agency. The fully integrated suite includes secure patient records...Read more

3.99 (201 reviews)

73 recommendations

Compulink Healthcare Solutions

Compulink’s Advantage SMART Practice® is an all-in-one database EHR solution for specialty practices such as optometry, ophthalmology, orthopaedics, ENT, mental health, podiatry, and more. Available cloud-based or server, Advantag...Read more

4.01 (264 reviews)

61 recommendations


Software pricing tips

Read our Web-Based Medical Billing Software Buyers Guide

Subscription models

  • Per employee/per month: This model allows you to pay a monthly fee for each of your employees.
  • Per user/per month: Users pay a monthly fee for users—normally administrative users—rather than all employees.

Perpetual license

  • This involves paying an upfront sum for the license to own the software and use it indefinitely.
  • This is the more traditional model and is most common with on-premise applications and with larger businesses.

Rated best value for money


AllegianceMD is a cloud-based medical software system that is designed to serve the needs of small and midsize practices, as well as ambulatory surgery centers. The solution includes practice management functionality for billing a...Read more

4.27 (24 reviews)

49 recommendations


PatientNow provides the most comprehensive EMR, practice management, and patient engagement software solution in the elective medical industry. Streamline practice operations, improve efficiency, and drive revenue with one softwar...Read more

3.86 (133 reviews)

40 recommendations



ModMed, also known as Modernizing Medicine, offers an integrated telehealth platform within its specialty-specific EHR system, EMA. Called modmed Telehealth, it offers synchronous audio and video telemedicine capabilities for spec...Read more

4.30 (146 reviews)

35 recommendations


WebPT is a cloud-based, multi-product platform for outpatient physical, occupational, and speech therapy clinics. At its core, WebPT is an electronic medical records (EMR) system that enables therapists to produce and store patien...Read more

4.38 (424 reviews)

30 recommendations


PrognoCIS EHR and PrognoCIS Telemedicine have earned a reputation for fast, flexible individual provider workflow. The software package offers a full suite of highly desirable features and functions. PrognoCIS provides a cloud-bas...Read more

4.08 (284 reviews)

23 recommendations


CGM APRIMA, previously known as APRIMA EHR, is a market leading, award-winning EHR loved by physicians and office staff. Designed to take advantage of multiple hardware forms including the APRIMA Mobile app which is perfect for t...Read more

3.07 (49 reviews)

20 recommendations


Benchmark PM

Benchmark Systems’ Solutions Suite serves independent care professionals and their patients across various specialties. From the front office to the back office, Benchmark Systems Solutions Suite of PM, EHR and RCM supports your s...Read more

4.74 (173 reviews)

19 recommendations


zHealthEHR is a cloud-based practice management solution that assists chiropractic clinics and practitioners with health center search and patient scheduling. Its key features include calendar management, SOAP note creation, billi...Read more

4.42 (50 reviews)

19 recommendations



Euclid is a medical management solution that helps hospitals and healthcare providers streamline various clinical operations such as claims processing, scheduling, billing and more. With its administrative dashboard, professionals...Read more

4.88 (26 reviews)

18 recommendations

AdvancedMD Billing Services

AdvancedMD is one of the leaders in web-based electronic health records and practice management systems. The company offers a range of applications, all delivered over the web, for small, medium and large organizations. ...Read more

4.12 (81 reviews)

17 recommendations


Buyers Guide

Last Updated: May 20, 2022

Online medical billing programs use a Web-based interface to provide many of the essential functions medical practices need in order to maximize their invoicing efficiency and/or revenues. Depending on the needs of the practice, this provides several advantages over traditional on-site system installations. This guide will provide an overview of the market and to help buyers in their decision-making process search for the right solutions.

We'll discuss the following topics:

What Is Online Medical Billing Software?
What Type of Buyer Are You?
Benefits and Potential Issues
Market Trends to Understand
The Online Medical Billing Vendor Landscape
Cost and Return on Investment

What Is Online Medical Billing Software?

Online medical billing solutions increase collections in medical offices in numerous ways—from ensuring proper claims coding and verifying insurance coverage to posting payments and generating reports. In addition to increasing revenues by identifying previously unbilled claims, invoicing applications automate a traditionally repetitive and error-prone task and frees up staff to focus on other activities.

Most cloud-based medical billing software is designed for the user to submit claims electronically. More advanced systems will provide coding support, and the top-of-the-line systems will scrub claims, post payments, offer alerts and provide for advanced reporting.

Billing analytics in Kareo Billing

Billing analytics in Kareo Billing

What distinguishes Web medical billing software from other deployment strategies is that the system is available entirely online through a Web browser. This means that the information can be accessed from anywhere with an Internet connection, the user doesn’t have to worry about upgrades or coding updates, and there’s no need for a server or any other kind of IT infrastructure. And in this software-as-a-service (SaaS) model, the user pays a monthly or annual fee rather than upfront purchase cost.


What Type of Buyer Are You?

Most buyers of healthcare invoicing systems fall into one of the following categories:

Integrated suite buyers. This is for buyers who are looking for one integrated suite to manage their entire practice. As well as the invoicing modules, selection will be made based on scheduling, EMR and PACS capabilities, usually with a very targeted focus to the medical specialty.

Inpatient care providers. This includes hospitals and long-term care facilities that submit claims on UB-04 forms. Since this type of form typically requires a system designed for inpatient billing, make sure the product you select has this capability.

Outpatient care providers. Most private practices that submit claims on the CMS-1500 forms fall into this category. Since these buyers are submitting electronic claims to Medicare, Medicaid and private insurance companies, they’ll need something with that level of flexibility in its invoicing and payment structure.

Cash-based providers. You fall into this category if most of your revenues come from customers paying directly with cash, check or a credit card. Since these buyers don’t submit many (if any) claims to insurance companies or to the government, their needs are much more lightweight. Chiropractors, alternative medicine providers and certain kinds of mental health providers are the most common buyers in this category.

Outsourced services. These buyers are third-party companies that submit claims on behalf of providers and receive a percentage of the collections. Typically, their functional requirements will mirror those of their clients, but they may require a very broad-based, flexible system if they bill for clients with varying specialties.

Benefits and Potential Issues

Patient billing software is a project management application that's imperative for mid- to large-size projects. Firms that implement and make use of these systems should realize the following benefits:

  • Better efficiency: Billing is a notoriously tedious task. Implementing an online medical billing system makes them more efficient at coding, submitting and following up on claims, vastly reducing the time required.
  • Improved collections and accuracy: As well as being tedious, billing is highly error-prone. Internet-based medical billing software helps users code claims correctly and check them for errors, increasing collection rates and making them better equipped to manage rejections.
  • Cost amortization: Compared to an on-site solution, a Web-based program will be far less expensive in terms of up-front costs. SaaS also eliminates the need for an IT infrastructure to manage upgrades and to get the product up and running when problems arise.

An important consideration when purchasing a cloud-based patient billing system is the implementation plan. Every user needs to be trained on the product, and often adoption of new technology is met with resistance from people who are comfortable doing things the old way. Therefore, it’s important to get buy-in among all users to get them excited about using it.

Since SaaS programs charge a monthly or annual fee, there is the potential that the user will pay more in the long run than they will for an on-site solution. However, this tends to be the case only for larger companies with bigger budgets and dedicated IT personnel. A more significant drawback would be limited integration to external devices (e.g., ultrasounds and MRIs). If this is a concern, many of the leading client/server systems are available in an application service provider (ASP) model, which means that the system’s server is hosted at a professional data center, which effectively hybridizes the Web-based model with the locally hosted one.

Market Trends to Understand

Consider the following trends as they develop and impact the market:

Mobile computing. Since healthcare providers are increasingly using tablet devices (such as the iPad) or smartphones on a regular basis, more systems are offering mobile compatibility. If your practice could benefit from this kind of mobility, ensure the system you select has strong mobile capabilities.

ONC-ATCB Certification. Government legislation requiring the use of EMRs is impacting the EMR market, but it also affects the practice management market. Since an integrated practice management system has so many benefits, it may be wise to select a program that incorporates all these features—or at the very least supports upgrades and/or integration with EMR systems to be adopted later.

The Online Medical Billing Vendor Landscape

While the market can appear confusing and highly fragmented, the available solutions are differentiated by their appeal to the different buyer types.

This type of buyer... Should evaluate these systems
Integrated suite buyers Allscripts, MedLedger, CareTracker, SuiteMed
Inpatient care providers Inpatient care providers Sage Intergy, athenaCollector, NextGen
Outpatient care providers AllegianceMD, LeonardoMD, AdvancedMD
Cash-based providers MDConnection, MediTouch
Outsourced services Practice Admin, AdvancedMD, NueMD

Costs and Return on Investment

Since the purpose of a medical billing system is to increase collections and decrease the time and effort required to receive them, the traditional measures of effectiveness for SaaS-based medical billing software are average collection timeframe and the ratio of claims accepted to rejected. The biggest benefit to SaaS applications is that they require a much lower upfront cost, since the fees that covers the licensing, technical support and upgrades are all monthly. Therefore, most buyers using this deployment model find the financial return on investment to be almost immediate.

Related Medical Software