The Claim Log Report on the Submit Claims (Claims Workbench) would list the batch and upload/ download status. Alternatively, you can also look up this same report from the Report Central. This report is available under the Claims and Denials section and named Claims Detail Report.
The CMS 1500 option is what you would generally use for printing a claim form. Generating the paper claim using this option would open up the information to the PDF viewer software on your computer with only the text and without any borders or lines. The red-lined form (CMS 1500) would have to to be […]
A claim can also be printed at the time of charge entry. To begin, select the Charges module from the menu and choose Enter Charges. Enter all the claim information. Select BILL_TO_PR from the drop-down beside the Save button & the radio buttons for HCFA 1500 & CMS 1500 will get visible as shown below. […]
Once you have sent the claims to your clearing house, the submitted claims reports can be viewed on your clearing house portal. For claims submitted to Emdeon, you would be provided access to a tool named – ‘Emdeon Claims Vision’ to view the submission reports. Additionally, ERAs released for the Provider by the Payer and […]
Switching Case is significant when it comes to billing. A case is an intermediary that relates Insurance and Date of Service (DOS). When there is a change in the existing insurance to other insurance or require to submit a claim for a DOS to other insurance, it is mandatory to switch the case. The following […]
PracticeSuite is all set for the transition into ICD-10 Diagnosis Codes which has been effective since October 1st, 2015. We have designed the system in such a way that the transition from ICD-9 to ICD-10 will be a cake walk for you. ICD-10 lookup can be accessible from three modules of PracticeSuite , i.e. Charge […]
We can add ICD-10 through Charge Master screen also. To edit/ enter charges from the charge master screen, navigate to Edit Charges from the Charges module in the main menu. Enter the Patient name in the patient search field and select the DOS. Select ICD-10 from the Encounter section. Enter the ICD-10 codes and Save the Encounter. […]