Simplify your insurance claims

Enrolling, accepting, and processing insurance is so easy, you'll actually want to accept it.

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Sherry N. from Beverly Hills, CA

Sherry N. from Beverly Hills, CA

Always be in full control

Create, submit, track, and reconcile claims all in one place—no more spreadsheets, separate logins, or ledgers.

Integrated claim filing and EOBs make SimplePractice your insurance best friend

Streamline your accounting

Automate your insurance accounting with integrated payment reports (ERAs) for easier, more accurate bookkeeping.

Easily keep tabs on claim statuses

Ditch the busy work

Keep administrative work to a minimum with your practice and client information automatically added to claims.

Let SimplePractice do the heavy lifting for your insurance billing needs

Streamline secondary claim filing

File electronic claims and receive digital payment reports (ERAs) for both primary and secondary claims.

Secondary claims are a breeze in SimplePractice now

Add insurance modifiers

Include modifiers on your claims based on appointment or client profile.

Add modifiers to help ensure your claims are accepted

Create batch claims in seconds

Choose which sessions you’d like to include—or remove—for each batch claim for any of your clients.

Batch create & submit claims in a few clicks

Organization

“This is everything I wanted but didn't know it. I love that this system will allow me to remain organized and streamlined as I transition from private pay to accepting insurance.”

— Amanda T. from Kenosha, WI

Amanda T. from Kenosha, WI

Online Booking

“If people can't book you without talking to you, you're not open for business. And SimplePractice helps with that. You can make an appointment and never have left your couch.”

— Donna O. from Washington D.C.

Donna O. from Washington D.C.

All-in-one

“From booking appointments through my website, hosting video appointments with clients, and billing and collecting payments, SimplePractice takes care of my private practice every step of the way.”

— Jamie M. from Los Angeles, CA

Jamie M. from Los Angeles, CA

Group Practice

“If you are thinking about a group practice, I would say get your electronic records system in place and comfortable with it. SimplePractice has been great for operating our practice.”

— Dr. Lisa H. from Tacoma, WA

Dr. Lisa H. from Tacoma, WA

User-friendly

“SimplePractice has been the best decision for my private practice as a Dietitian. It's extremely user-friendly and budget-friendly. It seems too good to be true, and I would highly recommend it to anyone.”

— Marisa M. from Rolling Hills Estates, CA

Marisa M. from Rolling Hills Estates, CA

Client Portal

“I say to patients, "I'm very fancy over here. I have a paperless practice, so everything will come via email." They love it. I can't tell you how many times people will say "I love this client portal." ”

— Dr. Nikki Rubin from Los Angeles, CA

Dr. Nikki Rubin from Los Angeles, CA

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Frequently asked questions

Here are some commonly asked questions about SimplePractice. See all our FAQs

Does insurance reimburse telehealth sessions?

Navigating telehealth reimbursement can be very tricky. In order to find out more about your specific state’s telehealth rules, here are a few resources:

Is SimplePractice HIPAA-compliant?

Yes, we meet or exceed all the requirements of HIPAA as a business associate, including the Business Associate Agreement (BAA) in which SimplePractice agrees to be responsible for keeping all client information private and to immediately report any breach of personal health information.

Where can I get information on my state’s telehealth policies?

The following organizations provide resources to help you learn more about your state’s specific policies and regulations:

How does SimplePractice keep my information safe?

All of your SimplePractice account information is safely stored with bank-level data encryption technologies. Read more about our security practices now.

How does state licensure work?

Clinicians must be licensed in each state in which they want to provide telehealth services.

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