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  1. Procedure Codes Overview New

    Procedure Codes are numeric or alphanumeric identifiers used for the classification of medical services. These codes are used for billing and tracking purposes. A single operation or treatment may include several procedure codes. The Procedure...
  2. Billing Queue Setup New

    Billing Queue setup is the screen where a practice can assign the sections of the Billing Wheel to a specific user or group. Each section of the billing wheel has each of it's categories listed so that a user can be assigned down to the sp...
  3. Checking Insurance Eligibility New

    Patient Eligibility can be accessed from multiple screens within the system. This document will reference the specific workflow for checking insurance eligibility from iScheduler but in addition the same workflow applies when accessed from: Patien...
  4. User Setting: Patient Search Maximum Rows New

    This setting is used to modify the number of maximum rows returned when searching for a patient in the desktop or mobile applications. Default Value:  50 Option:  Number Steps Open User Settings ( Accessing User Settings ) Sear...
  5. Stop/Discontinue a Medication

    Follow these steps to stop/discontinue a medication: In a patient chart, navigate to the medications chart tab. Navigate to the Medication History via the History button in the top toolbar. Click on the Status  column next to the m...
  6. How to Apply for a MIPS 2021 COVID Exemption

    CMS has opened the 2021 extreme and uncontrollable circumstances exception application to allow clinicians, groups , virtual groups and APM Entities to submit an application requesting MIPS performance category reweighting due to the current CO...
  7. New Billing Analytics Dashboard Example

    Here is an example dashboard that can be built with the new Billing Analytics package. With slicers connected to the below, it's easy to see each of these charts filtered to only a subset of rendering providers, CPT groups, and locations.  ...
  8. Complete Intake Forms on the Go (Mobile)

    You may decide to have patients fill out forms prior to being seen in the office. Patients will have two options for this. They can either fill out the forms by logging in on their personal computers or on their mobile device. The below will descr...
  9. Complete Forms in the Office (Practice iPad)

    You may decide to have patients fill out forms in the office. They can either fill out the forms by logging in on their personal computers or on their mobile device. The below will describe the experience on a practice provide iPad: Steps to Comple...
  10. Complete Intake Forms at Home (Desktop)

    You may decide to have patients fill out forms prior to being seen in the office. Patients will have two options for this. They can either fill out the forms by logging in on their personal computers or on their mobile device . The below will descr...