Submitted electronic claims can be printed onto paper. Follow the below-given steps in printing electronic claims.
1. Choose the Submit Claims menu under Charges from the left main menu.
2. Select the Print/Re-Bill tab.
3. To pull up the electronic claims, select the Batch Type as EDI and Claims Status as Submitted. Use other parameters like Patient Name, Claim Date Range, DOS Range, Accounting Date Range, Amount Range, Insurance level, Type of Claim, CPT Codes, POS, Insurance, Claim#, Batch#, etc, to filter the claims.
4. Click on the Search button to display the claims list according to the entered parameters.
5. From the list, select the claim(s) which is to be printed by selecting the checkbox against the claims. If the claims selected are PROFESSIONAL, CMS 1500 print buttons (highlighted in the screenshot above) become available.
5.a. This action will generate the claim form into a PDF file which can be printed using the print command. This would show the claim information along with the lines and borders on the PDF viewer. On the PDF viewer, the information would appear similar to a printed paper claim form.
The option is typically used for viewing the information that would populate to a printed claim form. This option is not to be used for printing and mailing. If insurance or a party requests you to fax the claim form, you can use this option to print it to a white paper sheet and fax it.
5.b. This option is generally used for printing onto 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-ink-on-white-paper form (CMS 1500) should be placed on the printer tray before giving the print command to have the text printed in the corresponding boxes on the red form.
For INSTITUTIONAL claims, UB-04 print options are available as highlighted in the below screenshot.
6. After selecting the required claims for printing, click on the appropriate print option to print the claims.
Note: Unsubmitted electronic claims should not be printed: this can lead to the claim being converted into a paper claim, and it can never be converted back to electronic form.