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- Contents1 Quickstart: How to Resubmit a Single Claim2 Find the Payer Claim Control Number3 Payments Already Posted? Unlink and Adjust Them Off4 Make Account and Charge Corrections For the Claim4.1 Fix Incorrect Demographic and Insurance Information4.2 Change the Responsible Party or Copay Amount for a Claim’s Charges4.3 Change or Add a Diagnoses Code, Claim Reference […]
- Use the Billing Configuration tool to configure billing behaviors of procedures and diagnoses and the Billing screen in PCC EHR. Follow the procedures below to open the Billing Configuration tool and make changes.
- The Smart Report Suite (
srs) is a report library in Partner.
srscontains dozens of powerful reports, all with a consistent interface. If you learn to run one
srsreport, you will have learned to run them all.
inscoarreport provides a detailed charge-by-charge accounts receivable for your insurance companies. You can use
inscoarto find insurance charges that have not been paid and to work down old, overdue charges. In addition, interactive
inscoaris a great work environment from which you can research billing history, make changes, and resubmit claims.
- When insurance carriers send payment and adjustment information, either on an EOB or an ERA, they often include a code with a small message. These codes are known as CARC values, or Claim Adjustment Reason Codes, and they are an industry-wide standard.
- Every insurance claim in Partner has a unique identification number. The number appears in various Partner reports and programs, and you can use it to improve claim tracking and payment posting.
- Follow this procedure to prepare and send claims.
- Partner's insurance billing tools help submit claims, review rejections, and work down your insurance accounts receivable. Partner helps you maximize the use of your time as you pursue proper insurance reimbursement.
- You can review and confirm patient insurance eligibility in either PCC EHR or in the Partner practice management system. This article teaches you how to use Partner's eligibility program to review status for upcoming appointments.
- Hopefully most of your claims are submitted electronically. Some claims must still be printed on paper, however. The procedure above provides the basics. This section describes additional details and options in the
- How is a claim created, and what happens in the background to make sure your practice is paid? Read below to learn some of the "under the hood" workings of claims after you post charges into PCC EHR.
- PCC automatically checks insurance eligibility for all of a scheduled patient's active insurance plans, if the carriers support automated eligibility. You can use eligibility features in PCC to review and confirm eligibility for upcoming appointments. You can also review and re-check a patient's insurance eligibility status during Patient Check-In.
- The medical biller's job would be easier if accounts paid on time and insurance companies reimbursed the correct amount. Unfortunately, accounts build up balances and credits and insurance companies overpay, underpay, and demand "takebacks."
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- When you schedule and perform a telemedicine visit, it makes sense to use your office location—the doctors can see their whole schedule, and your practice can see what’s happening at a glance. When it’s time to bill, however, some carriers require a special telemedicine place of service. It can be cumbersome to manually switch the […]