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BILLING

BILLING SHOULD BE EASY. SO I THINK YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO CHANGE THE SERVICE DATE WHILE BILLING, INSTEAD OF HAVING TO TYPE THE PATIENTS NAME IN AGAIN AND ADD A DIFFERENT PROCEDURE WITH A DIFFERENT DAY, ABLE COULD DO IT
  • Shelley Hughes
  • Jun 20 2016
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  • Guest commented
    28 Oct, 2020 08:03am

    This would be great. When entering billing for a patient on multiple consecutive days like a hospital stay, it would be so much faster to not have to type the patient to name again to change the date and enter a new bill for that patient.

  • Omar Khan commented
    9 Sep, 2020 06:12pm

    Hi,
    I am not sure what triggered this discussion thread to show up now. Perhaps you finally came to it in a list of items to be addressed...
    There is some detail missing here and not well represented by the recorder(s).
    I would appreciate a phone call discussion to be clear that you understand the billing limitations with QHR are an issue.
    I can be reached at 9057089528
    Omar D Khan, MD FRCPCPhysical Medicine & Rehabilitation
    Located At:
    Hotel Dieu Shaver Health and Rehabilitation Centre
    547 Glenridge AvenueSt. Catharines, Ontario, L2T 4C2

  • Amanda L commented
    1 Sep, 2020 12:30am

    I find this super frustrating as well. One new bill should do the whole hospital stay. Every day is a different procedure code. Copy of a claim is also more time consuming then it needs to be and it doesn’t even copy the Most relevant information like admission date.

  • Hazel Wilcox commented
    1 Sep, 2020 12:25am

    I’m not sure if I understand the question. Mostly I do hospital Billings / 1 week at a time and don’t have to keep re- typing the patient’s name again and again. Just hit “save and new” And hit enter twice.

    Sent from my iPhone

  • Terry Wagner commented
    31 Aug, 2020 11:52pm

    Alison

    Thank you I have past this info (two emails) to Ginny and Elizabeth.

    Terry

  • Admin
    Alison Cooney commented
    31 Aug, 2020 11:47pm

    Thank you for the clarification, Lori; I wanted to make sure I had a clear understanding of the workflow.

  • Lori Zawadiuk commented
    31 Aug, 2020 11:45pm

    She is saying that it is annoying to have to keep typing the patient's name in when you have multiple billing days for the same patient. For example if a patient is seen at the hospital for multiple days, then you have to keep typing the patient's name in to add a new billing date. This is super annoying and I agree as well! We should be working smarter NOT harder!

  • Admin
    Alison Cooney commented
    31 Aug, 2020 10:33pm

    Hello,

    Are you referring to the Date of Service associated with claims that are automatically created from scheduled appointments? Or when creating brand new bills?

  • Guest commented
    20 Apr, 2019 01:39am

    I am not sure if I understand your concern correctly but If you use control + B on your keyboard and you are in patient's chart, you can add in a procedure code and change the service date.

    You do not have to type in the patient's name in the search bar again, if you are already in their chart.

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