medavis Fully Supports Billing in Switzerland
Harmonization and Digitalization of Swiss Payment Traffic
The harmonization of Swiss payment traffic to ISO 20022 creates the basis for even simpler and more economical processes. Already since mid-2020, the standardization of account numbers (IBAN) and the structure of payment messages has paved the way for QR billing, which in turn enables digital payment transactions. Added to this are infrastructure changes such as the new MediData network, which promises greater performance, convenience and security in digital data exchange. All measures are aimed at an uncomplicated, automated and error-minimized processing of invoices and payments.
medavis fully Supports Billing in Switzerland
medavis supports the complete billing process for your radiology services: from Tarmed billing, invoicing, invoice export to intermediaries such as MediData and Ärztekasse, to bank data import with easy assignment of incoming payments. We have comprehensively taken into account the changes in Swiss payment transactions. So you are up-to-date.
Benefit from Digital, Largely Automated Processing of Your Invoices and Payments
You create invoices and billing exports with QR IBAN and QR reference – both for sending invoices to your patients (Tiers Garant) and for direct billing with insurance companies and payers (Tiers Payant). Your patients or the insurance companies use your QR IBAN and QR reference for the payments, which you in turn can automatically read in during the bank data import and assign to your invoices. All processes are convenient, secure and largely automated.
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