Partner Configuration Reports

If you are the Partner System Administrator for your office, you may need to organize insurance and provider groups, change which procedures and diagnoses appear on charge screens, and resolve problems with immunization configuration. PCC’s support team can help you with all of these tasks, but the reports below may help you resolve the problem yourself. The reports in this category help you understand how your Partner programs are configured.

byins

The byins report lists all insurance plans by their insurance group. Insurance groups are important because many financial reports use them. Use byins to review your insurance groups and find problems, then make changes to the groups in the Table Editor (ted).

The byins report is located in the Partner Configuration window within the Partner Programs window. You can also type byins at a command prompt.

byprov

The byprov report lists all of your providers sorted by provider group. Provider groups are used by several Partner programs and reports. Use byprov to review your provider groups and find problems, then make changes to the groups in the Table Editor (ted).

The byprov report is located in the Partner Configuration window within the Partner Programs window. You can also type byprov at a command prompt.

byproc

The byproc report lists all procedures by their procedure group. Procedure groups are used by various reports. Use byproc to review your procedure groups and find problems, then make changes to the groups in the Table Editor (ted).

The byproc report is located in the Partner Configuration window within the Partner Programs window. You can also type byproc at a command prompt.

immcheck

The immcheck report will list all of the details surrounding immunization and physical configuration at your office. When you run immcheck, you should use the pipe symbol to send the output to less. At a command prompt, type “immcheck | less”. This will prevent the report’s text from scrolling off your screen.

chuck -d

The chuck -d command runs a report that displays all of the charge-posting screen data and HCFA configuration data for your system. If there are any apparent errors, the word “ERROR” will appear in the report’s output. When you run chuck -d, you should use the pipe symbol to send the output to less. At a command prompt, type “chuck -d | less”. This will prevent the report’s text from scrolling off your screen.

snomedmap

The SNOMED Mapping Reports (snomedmap) program includes reports for reviewing and evaluating your common diagnoses and the correlation between ICD-9 and SNOMED diagnosis descriptions. Use the reports to learn about SNOMED equivalences with ICD-9 and plan for configuration changes in PCC EHR. This program was distributed during the 6.19 update at the beginning of 2014 in order to help offices prepare for the 2014 coding changes. Read the ICD-9, ICD-10, and SNOMED help article to learn more.

  • Last modified: August 3, 2015