Ohana Medical Billing | Honolulu Medical Billing Company

Ohana Medical Billing, a full service medical billing and reimbursement company

Providing consistent high customer satisfaction and overall exceptional service to health care providers.


Insurance claims are submitted electronically. This limits any delays and guarantees quick reimbursements. If any claims are denied or incorrect, they will be returned to us immediately and can be fixed right away and resubmitted often within 15 minutes.


We feel Doctors should be able to focus on what they do best…provide quality care to their patients. Our chief aim is to minimize the amount you spend dealing with insurance companies and accounts receivable, while helping your practice grow.

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Ohana Medical Billing LLC
1212 Nuuanu Avenue Suite 2710
Honolulu, Hi 96817

More About Our Company

Ohana Medical Billing LLC is a full service medical billing and reimbursement company located in Honolulu, Hawaii. We provide consistent high customer satisfaction, competitive rates and exceptional service to health care providers. We offer this service with a focus on the success of our clients and helping them receive the highest reimbursements possible.

Our billing service allows a practice to minimize the amount they spend dealing with paperwork, insurance companies and accounts receivable. That is why we are committed to reducing expenses, improving collections and pursuing insurance companies for money that is due.

For your convenience, we provide, electronic and paper claim submission, filing of primary and secondary claims, follow up on rejected and denied claims, along with follow up for accounts receivable. We also offer 24 hour account access with real time online reporting and monitoring.
If you succeed we succeed and we thrive on helping our clients to achieve that success.

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