Jane vs. Kareo Medical Billing

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
Jane
Score 9.8 out of 10
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Jane is a health and wellness practice management platform designed to be helpful now matter how a practice operates, from Jane Software headquartered in North Vancouver. It is available online and on any device, Jane offers branded online booking, beautiful scheduling, insurance management, customizable charting, online intake forms, patient reminders, integrated payment processing, and also supports online appointments (telehealth).
$54
per month per user
Kareo Medical Billing
Score 5.2 out of 10
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Kareo Medical Billing provides billing solutions to medical offices. It includes: Billing Best Practices, Specialty Expertise and Ongoing Training & Support.N/A
Pricing
JaneKareo Medical Billing
Editions & Modules
Balance Plan
$54
per month per user
Base Plan
$79
per month + $35 per additional full license + $17.50 per additional half license
Thrive Plan
$99
per month + $40 per additional full license + $20 per additional half license
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Pricing Offerings
JaneKareo Medical Billing
Free Trial
NoNo
Free/Freemium Version
NoNo
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
NoNo
Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup feeNo setup fee
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Best Alternatives
JaneKareo Medical Billing
Small Businesses
Kareo Practice Management
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Score 6.9 out of 10
Intergy EHR
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Score 7.0 out of 10
Medium-sized Companies
CareLogic EHR
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Score 10.0 out of 10
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Score 10.0 out of 10
Enterprises
Epic
Epic
Score 8.7 out of 10

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User Ratings
JaneKareo Medical Billing
Likelihood to Recommend
10.0
(1 ratings)
1.0
(8 ratings)
User Testimonials
JaneKareo Medical Billing
Likelihood to Recommend
Jane Software, Inc
Jane.app could be used for clinics with a single practitioner, or many. It is very easy to navigate, and requires minimal time to learn it's features. I really love this scheduling app over others specifically for me because I offer various modalities (massage therapy, personal training & reflexology) and there are forms for every modality (intake forms and charting forms), that enables me to customize for whichever modality I am using with a client. This is where I see Jane.app as a superior scheduling app for practitioners offering a variety of services. I also love how easy it is to integrate multiple clinics into one scheduling app. I run 2 clinics, and can have a schedule for each, with a simple click of a button. I can't think of a practitioner that wouldn't benefit from this app. I am not sure how cost compares amongst apps, but I find the basic version to be quite cost efficient, with even more features than I have even dabbled in yet
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Tebra Technologies, Inc (Kareo + PatientPop)
In my experience, problems with them adding incorrect fees to pad their bills coupled with their unethical business practices such as locking you out from accessing your EMR at the drop of a hat prevent me from recommending Kareo to any practice. Reliability is paramount. Kareo's use of unethical business practices (locking you out from your EMR or disabling your EMR all together) can result in a physician being sanctioned by the medical board (inappropriate medical record keeping) or financially destroy a small practice leaving them with NO ACCESS to their ERAs/patient billing accounts etc leads me to NOT reccomend their products or doing business with them.
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Pros
Jane Software, Inc
  • Jane.app has a wide variety of forms that you can view, edit and use for your clinic, which has been a huge time saver for me (I operate multiple modalities and require different forms for each)
  • Jane.app is incredibly simple for scheduling - from implementing your regular schedule, booking appointments, changing appointments, and booking time off. It's a very small learning curve and very seamless to utilize
  • Jane.app has a ton of reports that are vey useful in understanding what's working and what isn't in my clinic. From accounts receivable, to new clients booked, to client retention, the reports offer valuable information (from multiple avenues) that guide my decisions efficiently toward growth
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Tebra Technologies, Inc (Kareo + PatientPop)
  • Kareo stays up to date on insurance changes which allow for smooth transitions.
  • Kareo asks for feedback and has a place to go and request changes or additions that would make our job easier.
  • I love that you can submit a help ticket or call, if you prefer, with any questions or problems that you may have. They are always very prompt with their follow up.
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Cons
Jane Software, Inc
  • When charting, I would love to be able to edit a chart afterward, without having to use an amendment.
  • I would like to be able to edit health history forms after I have signed off of them. Sometimes the client has discussed health issues during treatments that were not included on their HH, and I can't go back and just add on to form
  • This is really minor, but when I click on "clients," I would like to see the number of clients I have, instead of having to go right into reports
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Tebra Technologies, Inc (Kareo + PatientPop)
  • I've spent hours on the phone discussing various issues with regards to data variance between two different source documents within the software. At one point, I could not reconcile the A/R balance on one of the dashboards to the A/R balance pulled from the Excel add-in. Unfortunately, their support teams were not able to help out with this.
  • The Excel add-in falls short in a few key areas. Specifically, they do not provide a simple method of joining data fields from the "charges," "payments," and "transactions" tables. One is left to attempt to join the data sets via VLOOKUP or INDEX(MATCH).
  • At times, we have had issues with the API providing information that would not tie out to figures reported elsewhere within the software. Unfortunately, their support teams were not able to help out with this.
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Alternatives Considered
Jane Software, Inc
I like ClinicSense, but I mostly chose Jane because it allows me to easily integrate my other modalities into one scheduling app. ClinicSense felt geared more toward massage therapy speficially, where Jane as flexibility to add in now, and in the future
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Tebra Technologies, Inc (Kareo + PatientPop)
We are much happier with Kareo than Compulink. The software as a service makes it easy to manage claims from multiple locations when I cannot be on site. The reports and all other aspects I have mentioned as distinct to Kareo. We had a very hard time tracking things with Compulink.
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Return on Investment
Jane Software, Inc
  • Jane.app has allowed me to see reports on client retention, which prompts me to reach out to clients who haven't booked in awhile, increasing retention rate and customer satisfaction
  • Jane.app has saved me a ton of time, but having reports readily accessible, meaning I am not taking the time to go through my data and creating my own reports
  • Jane.app's reports provide me immediate feedback on number of appointments booked and new clients, which allows me to quickly and easily direct my focus on what is needed most - whether that's reaching out to current clients, or marketing to gain new clients, to coming up with a marketing plan to increase appointments booked. No time is wasted on actions that aren't important to my bottom line (which wasn't really clear to me before I had Jane and access to these reports)
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Tebra Technologies, Inc (Kareo + PatientPop)
  • Kareo had an overall low return on investment.
  • Despite the software being active at our company, we were forced to transition to a different solution within 6-months of implementation.
  • The time spent attempting to reconcile the system to itself was rather wasteful.
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