Billing Profiles



The Billing Profile feature allows for different settings to co-exist within your account. This is useful when you have multiple practices and need different settings for each practice.


Use cases:

  • Group vs. Solo billing
  • Sub-specialty vs. Medicine billing
  • Clinic vs. inpatient billing

As an example, you are a Respirologist who bills for both outpatients and Internal Medicine inpatients. 

You can setup the Billing Profile called "Clinic" with the following settings:

  • Facility: Outpatient/No Facility
  • Enable Last Diagnostic Code for Patient
  • Favourite codes: A475A, A7XA, E078A

and another Billing Profiled called "Medicine Inpatient" with the following settings:

  • Facility: North York General (AT)
  • Enable Last Admission Date for Patient
  • Favourite codes: A135A, E082A, C135A, IPTMA


Available Settings:

A unique Billing Profile can be configured with the following settings:

  • Time saving preferences
  • Templates
  • Favourites
  • MOH Group default
  • Patient Database default
  • Forms & Document Details


How do I create & assign a profile?
You can create multiple billing profiles to your account by enabling the feature as follows:

Top right  --> [Gear Icon] --> Billing Profiles -->  Enable this feature



Please note a MAIN profile is automatically created which will contain your current settings.

You must use a unique name when creating a new Billing Profile. Once the profile is created, you can assign it to your current session.


You will also experience a pop-up menu when you first login and allowing you to assign the profile.



How do I customize a profile?
When you navigate to one of your settings, select the Billing Profile you like to apply. The specific settings you configure will only apply to the Billing Profile you have chosen.


Mobile app

The Billing Profile feature is only available on the web application.

The default MOH Group and Patient Database from the mobile app will be inherited from the MAIN billing profile.




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