If you received a Remedy Autopay Notice text message or a Remedy AutoPay Statement email, your outstanding patient balance will be processed to your account on file automatically on the date indicated in the notice.
No further action is required.
If you received a Patient Balance Due notice by email or US Mail:
If you received a Patient Balance Due notice, that means that we don't have a valid payment method on file for you, and you will need to make a manual payment to settle your outstanding balance.
To make a manual payment:
- Login or create a new account here.
- Select Pay Provider Bill from the main menu.
- Enter the Appointment ID from the bill you received.
If you have any problems creating an account or making a payment, please don't hesitate to contact us over chat or at 844-REMEDY-5