You can print a receipt whenever you post a payment. You can also print a receipt for any payment(s) in an account’s history.
Watch a Video: Watch Print a Receipt to learn all the ways to generate a receipt in PCC EHR.
Print a Receipt During Patient Check-In
During patient check-in, you can enter a payment and print a simple payment receipt.
Read Check In a Patient to learn more.
From the Schedule screen in PCC EHR, you can open up the Patient Check-In tool later and print or reprint a receipt.
Print a Receipt When You Post Charges
When you post charges and payments for an encounter, or create a new billing or hospital encounter, you can click a button to generate a receipt when you save the charges.
You can also return to the Post Charges ribbon and click “Generate Receipt” later.
Print a Receipt When You Enter a Payment
When you enter a payment in the Payments tool in PCC EHR, you can click “Print Receipt” to generate a detailed receipt.
Print Receipts for Any Previously Posted Payments
Use the Payments tool in PCC EHR to print a receipt for any payment(s) on an account.
First, open the Payments tool and find an account.
Next, click on the History tab to view the account’s complete payment history.
Select a payment on the History tab in the Payments tool.
You can shift-click or command-click to select multiple payments in the history.
Then click “Print Receipt” to generate a new receipt for the selected payment(s).
The receipt displays each payment, along with details about which charges each payment applies towards.
Different Receipts for Different Needs: The receipt created from the Payments tool’s History tab includes more information about the encounter than a simple payment receipt. You can generate a receipt any time you post a payment, and it may not always be appropriate to share a detailed receipt. Your practice should consider when to provide a basic payment receipt or the more detailed payment history receipt. You can also print an encounter’s complete charge and payment history in the Billing History section of a patient’s chart.
Do You Need More Information Than a Receipt?
If you need more details about an encounter, such as diagnosis and billing codes, you can print a copy of an encounter’s Billing History. See Review Payment History and Edit Personal Payments.