Fast, simple healthcare invoicing: this is how it works
Fast, simple invoicing for healthcare work: what freelancer wouldn’t want that? You can use the Dytter app to indicate exactly when and where you want to work, easily keep track of hours, and issue invoices. From 1 July we’ve adopted a new process for logging and processing hours. Want to see how it works? You can read about it here.
Simple invoicing in healthcare in 4 steps
1. Get a match
As a self-employed person, you can indicate where and when you want to work in the Dytter app. Care organizations can then book you. If you want to run an extra shift, you can check on Dytter Direct whether any of our care partners have urgent requests, and register yourself immediately.
2. Log the hours you worked
After your shift, you can confirm the hours you worked in the app. If the number of hours you worked deviates from what was planned, this is where you indicate it. If you work shorter hours through no fault of your own, then the number of planned hours still applies. You only need to report a change if you stopped working earlier of your own accord, for example due to illness or an emergency. And if you worked overtime, you can submit a request via the app to adjust the shift hours. Adjusting the duration of your shift is also done via the app. The healthcare institution you worked for will then approve or reject the request.
3. Hours get approved
The planner or team coordinator automatically receives a notification in the app as soon as you’ve logged your hours. It states the number of planned hours worked, and any extra or reduced hours. The coordinator can then approve or reject the hours. You’ll be notified as soon as this happens. If the deviating hours are approved, they’re automatically processed in the app. If there’s some disagreement, you’ll get an explanation why. In a case like this, please contact the coordinator or planner to discuss the dispute.
4. Invoice is generated automatically
All hours that you and the client approve are collected in the app. Depending on how the healthcare organization has configured it, the app will automatically send an invoice to Dytter on your behalf once per week or once or twice per month. This is called reversed billing, and it means you don't have to do anything else. This saves you time, gets the invoice out faster, and you receive your money faster. This is one way that Dytter makes healthcare invoicing simpler.