For Patients

QMACS provides billing services for physicians who set their fees according to an industry standard fee schedule. In an effort to ensure insurance companies pay the maximum amount for services rendered by your physician, QMACS employs a staff of highly trained individuals to ensure the patient portion (your portion) of the bill is as low as possible.

How to Pay My Bill

At QMACS, we do our best to work with your financial situation and kindly request your response to our bills. We offer an online payment portal for your convenience. Our friendly customer service team is available to discuss your account Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. CT.

Information About Your Bill

The process by which your physician visit is paid starts as soon as your visit is complete. Your physician has employed the expertise and knowledge QMACS offers to ensure your medical claim is paid at the highest rate allowable.

Frequently Asked Questions

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