Used to move ahead quickly: It allows the user to perform another function by choosing the appropriate key.
Checking "yes" in this checkbox informs the insurance company that the physician/provider is agreeing to accept allowed amounts of the paper.
Any adjustment (+/-) to an account is an ________________.
Money coming into the practice.
The initial reason for admission to a hospital even though it may be changed/updated later.
Report that shows open insurance/patient balances and how long they have been due.
The maximum amount that the insurance company will offer as payment on a CPT.
Data entry consisting of letters, numbers and/or symbols.
A listing of patients to be seen at any given time.
An authorization signed by the patient that allows the practice to receive reimbursement directly from the payer.
__________ is done daily to secure a copy of the information entered and saved in the software.
A group of claims sent together electronically.
The way in which a specific office performs its regular billing activities, such as transaction entry and monthly statement generation.
A ruling that determines the primary insurance for dependents, when there are two policies providing coverage.
A CPT that represents more than one individual procedure/service.
The name and address to which claims are sent.
A group of claims grouped together with one thing in common: insurance carrier or diagnosis.
A list of the most commonly performed procedures and diagnoses used in the practice is the ________________ and is used for billing. Also included on form: patient name, referral information, payment information, provider, etc. (Also known as encounter form/superbill)
Usually consists of 8 characters and is used internally by the practice to identify the patient in the software.
The provider's entries into the patient's medical record.