Insurance receipts for therapists

Natural therapies are growing in popularity. Treatments offered by osteopaths, chiropractors, massage therapists, naturopaths, acupuncturists, homeopaths and other therapists have many health benefits. These non medicinal therapies are even being recognized by doctors and insurance companies as a legitimate therapeutic treatment.

While most of these disciplines are not yet governed by a professional order, associations have been created as a way to auto-regulate the industry. Each association sets the minimum standards for licensing and continuing education. They also assist members with other aspects of their practice.

To ensure that insured plan members are receiving appropriate care, insurance companies will want to be sure that treatment has been provided by a therapist that is a member in good standing of a recognized association. For this reason, therapists must include a minimum amount of information on receipts provided to clients to facilitate the claiming process.

CalendarSpots is happy to announce that receipts produced within the scheduling software can now be used by your clients for insurance purposes.

Information that appears on receipts:

  • Client name
  • Date of treatment
  • Type pf treatment
  • Duration of treatment
  • Cost (with sales tax , if applicable)
  • Name of therapist
  • Name of clinic
  • Clinic address and contact info
  • Member identification number
  • Name of association

To print receipt, simply double-click on the appointment box and then click on “print receipt”

To ensure that the therapist’s information displays correctly on the receipt, go to Settings-Staff-Edit and be sure that the Member ID and name of association have been correctly added to the therapist’s profile.

If you have any questions about this new feature, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us.

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