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  • Welcome to the Registration Section.

    To begin with process, please follow these steps:
    Step 1: Select your Location


    For continental US customers, please CLICK HERE.

    Step 2: Select your Entity Type






  • SERVICE AGREEMENT

    By clicking the "I Agree" button, you consent to the registration process.


       Once inMediata receives and approves your completed registration, you will receive an email including your username and password. Please be advised that NO payment will be required at this time. If any payment is required, you will be contacted by an inMediata representative with additional information.

       If you require assistance completing registration forms, please contact inMediata Customer Support at 888-466-9656, Option #3 or email us at cs@inMediata.com.

    SERVICE AGREEMENT

    By clicking the "I Agree" button, you consent to the registration process.

       Once inMediata receives and approves your completed registration, you will receive an email including your username and password. Please be advised that NO payment will be required at this time. If any payment is required, you will be contacted by an inMediata representative with additional information.

       If you require assistance completing registration forms, please contact inMediata Customer Support at 888-466-9656, Option #3 or email us at cs@inMediata.com.

IMPORTANT NOTE: This is a reminder that when using any inMediata product, you should never share your User ID and Password for your account with any colleagues, peers or other individuals / offices that are not specifically associated with your practice. You should only use our services for providers that actually plan to perform actual services to include the use of eligibility, claim status and claim submission. According to the HIPAA rules and regulations, the sharing of such information and usage of the account by others that are not actually planning to perform the procedures are an improper use of PHI and a violation of the HIPAA rules and regulations. Recently CMS has defined both the penalties and methods of detection/enforcement of HIPAA rules and regulations as well as the penalties for violators.



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