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Use the Quick Bill feature for faster transactions
Use the Quick Bill feature for faster transactions

Effortlessly manage post-consultation billing inside the patient profile or in your queue

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Written by Reinna
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How to Use the Quick Bill Feature Through Your Patient Profile

Step 1: After the consultation, mark it as complete. This will trigger the Quick Bill pop- up.

Step 2: Enter the bill details into the Quick Bill form and click Send Bill.

Using the Quick Bill Feature via Calendar/Queue

Step 1: Mark your consultation as complete to trigger the Quick Bill feature.

​Step 2: Enter the amount or select from any of the fee options listed. Click Send Bill.

Itemized Billing with QRPh

If you prefer using itemized billing and want to incorporate QR codes for patient payments, follow these steps:

Step 1: Mark the consultation as complete.

Step 2: Click on Go to full billing feature.

Step 3: Input the services the patient received. Click Save & Send to generate a payment link for the patient.

  • Once the bill is sent, the patient will receive an SMS or email notification containing the payment link.

  • When the patient clicks the link, they will be directed to the payment page. Here, they can complete their payment using various methods, including QRPh, which transfers the payment directly to your RBGI account.

Upon completion of the payment, the payment link will automatically refresh to confirm the successful transaction.

This will also reflect automatically on the Billing History or Queue, showing that the patient has paid the bill.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Is there a service fee when patients pay via QR code?

    • None at the moment, but in the future, there will be a fee that is relatively smaller than what we have right now.

  2. Can this be used for online billing?

    • Yes, but this setup is more optimized for face-to-face consultations, as payment is made after the session.

  3. Would there be a QR code available that I can print out instead of needing multiple QR codes?

    • Not yet, but it's in the works. We'll keep you posted once it's available! πŸ˜‰


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