How to Submit a Claim to the Insurance Company

You can submit claim from two different screens.

Follow the steps outlined below to submit the claim from the Live claims Feed screen:

  1. Hover the cursor on Billing and Select Live Claims Feed
  2. Enter the Patients name or Chart ID and click on “Update Filter”
  3. Select the visit date and it will direct you to the Billing Detail screen. Choose one of the billing statuses mentioned below and hit “Verify & Save” to submit the claim to the respective insurance.

Bill Insurance: To submit the claim to the patient’s primary medical insurance.

Bill Secondary Insurance: To submit the claim to the patient’s secondary medical insurance.

Auto Accident Claim: To submit the claim to the patient’s Auto insurance.

Worker’s Comp Claim: To submit the claim to the patient’s Workers compensation insurance.

Durable Medical Equipment Claim: To submit the claim to the patient’s Durable Medical Equipment insurance.

Follow the steps outlined below to submit the claim from Schedule:

  1. Hover the cursor on Schedule and choose Calendar.
  2. Click on the appointment that you would like to bill out to the insurance company.
  3. In the “Schedule Appointment” screen, click on the Billing tab and choose one of the billing statuses mentioned below and hit “Verify & Save” to submit the claim to the respective insurance.

Bill Insurance: To submit the claim to the patient’s primary medical insurance.

Bill Secondary Insurance: To submit the claim to the patient’s secondary medical insurance.

Auto Accident Claim: To submit the claim to the patient’s Auto insurance.

Worker’s Comp Claim: To submit the claim to the patient’s Workers compensation insurance.

Durable Medical Equipment Claim: To submit the claim to the patient’s Durable Medical Equipment insurance.

The claims get batched out to the clearinghouse everyday at 7:00 pm Pacific Standard Time.

Note: If you have already submitted your claims via Emdeon or Trizetto, you do not need to resubmit the claims again in the drchrono EHR. However, you do need to create appointments in order to post payments.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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