Resolving Revenue Management “Connect, Create, Cancel”

Reconnecting Revenue Management in Medisoft

When attempting to connect to Revenue Management, you may encounter an error like the one shown below.

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Typically this occurs when the system has lost its connection to the database due to either a reboot of the server or an outage at the office.

If your Revenue Management has been previously configured and connected, but has become disconnected, this video will show you how to reconnect to the database.

Reconnecting Revenue Management when it becomes disconnected in Medisoft

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Important Update for Relay Health Customers

Relay Health Update

You may have received an announcement that looks something like this

RelayHealth has made some changes in their system that is affecting the ability to send claims and receive reports in Medisoft and Lytec. Our records indicate that you will need to perform an update to correct this issue in your system.

We have created a short video that will walk you through this process. In most cases this is a fairly easy fix. This typically takes about 5 minutes to complete.


In the video you will be directed to the following link: 
Click Here to Download Relay Update

If after following these instructions, you continue to run into any problems or issues, please reply back to this email.

Here is the link to the video:https://youtu.be/doQwuN2sIlo


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What does this mean?

Relay Health has updated some of their security settings. When this happens, it requires all users that send claims to Relay Health to update their settings in order to continue sending claims without interruption.


What do I need to do?

In order to avoid issues when sending claims / pulling down reports, this update will need to be performed on all workstations that access Revenue Management.

Due to the impact of this update, we will be offering assistance with the steps if you encounter any issues.

We have also included a tutorial video here on the blog as well as YouTube for the users that want to complete this update themselves.

If you currently send claims to Relay Health and have troubles completing the steps in the video, please call our support department at: 480.497.7480


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Important Update for Change Healthcare

 

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 Change Healthcare™ Update

(Formerly Emdeon)

 

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You may have received an official announcement that looks something like this –

If you are using either Medisoft or Lytec Practice Management Software with Revenue Management, you are receiving this message because you are using an outdated communication connection with Change Healthcare.  This connection will be terminated on October 31, 2016.  Although we have been able to continue supporting this connection longer than expected our October 31 date is firm.

 

ACTION REQUIRED: 

 

The IP address to which you are connecting must be changed to a URL and a new JAR file must be installed on your system.  Please contact your VAR for assistance.  If you are currently without a VAR please contact Change Healthcare and we will direct you to a VAR.”

 

What does this mean?

Change Healthcare™ has notified AZCOMP that there is a critical update that users of the clearinghouse need to add to their programs.  If you are using the Change Healthcare clearinghouse to submit your claims, all mailboxes will be required to be updated by November, 2016.  This means that you will no longer be able to upload or download any files (claim files & reports) from the clearing house using the old EMF past this deadline.

 

What Do I Need to do?

In order to avoid problems with your Change Healthcare account, this update will need to be performed on every work station that accesses Revenue Management.

Due to the nature of this update, we are offering assistance in this process at no charge.

We have also included this video here on our blog for the ‘tech savvy’ users that are wanting to attempt this update themselves.

If you are currently sending claims to Change Healthcare (Formerly known as Emdeon) and would like assistance with this update, please give us a call at 480-497-7480.

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How To Fix Medicare Secondary Claims Rejections

How To Fix Medicare Secondary Claims Rejections 

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If you have been experiencing any rejections on claims sent, specific to Medicare showing as your secondary source of insurance for a patient, we are confident this blog post can help!

First and foremost, Medicare is typically for the elderly, so most patients will have this insurance as their primary insurance carrier. It is rare for claims to show Medicare Insurance as secondary, mostly being flagged by insurances to say, “hey, why is this showing as secondary and not primary?!”

We have a solution for you: When you are working within Medisoft, to correct these claims that may be rejected, there is a specific drop down box for this instance when maybe the patient is still of working age or disabled and does not have Medicare as their primary insurance carrier. If you are sending Medicare secondary claims, there is additional information that must be filled out, and we will show you how!

Getting started:

Common errors will show something like, “Medicare needs the identity of the primary payor” or “CO-16 error” on your Explanation of Benefits (EOB).

You need to make sure on all these electronic Medicare secondary claims that you have a Medicare Secondary Payor Type or more commonly known as MSP Type Code.

A complete list of these codes can be found here!

There are entered on the same page as the Medicare information when it’s entered as secondary in your Medisoft program.

Let’s see how it’s done:

This drop down list of these codes is found in the case and is always required if Medicare is the secondary insurance on a claim.  That is the only time these codes are needed and will appear for selection.

Now, If the drop down list is grayed out and won’t let you select from it, that means the Medicare insurance code is not setup as a Medicare insurance type.  It has to be a Medicare insurance type.

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How To Requeue A Remit For Your Revenue Management Reports

How To Requeue A Remit For Your Revenue Management Reports

Do you ever get an ERA that doesn’t show up in your reports?

Sometimes when you submit claims the remit doesn’t come into your reports, so you need to requeue this. The remit may not come through for a few different reasons. In this video, we will show you how to requeue the remit.

This video is specific to the Relay Health Clearinghouse using Revenue Management in either Medisoft or Lytec.

If you’re having any other troubles that you need help with, be sure to leave us a comment in the comment section of the video. If you like the video then let us know by giving us a “thumbs up”!

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Need More Video Help?

Check out this one if you need…

Why Old Claims Pull Up In Revenue Management And How To Get Rid Of Them

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How to Fix Claim Rejections Because of No Procedure Code Description

How to Fix Claim Rejections Because of No Procedure Code Description

If you get rejected claims for not having a procedure code description, sometimes the claim might come back as being rejected for Loop 2400 SV101-7. This video will show you how to handle this, or how to fix this so that you can resubmit the claim along with the procedure code description.

Check out the video here:

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Medisoft ICD-10 Frequently Asked Questions

Medisoft ICD-10 FAQ

October 1, 2015 has come and is now gone and the AZCOMP support department has been busy to say the least. The phone is ringing almost non-stop and we’re getting the same questions over and over. So we’ve put together this list of Frequently Asked Questions.

We’ve compiled this same list on our ICD-10 resource page, so be sure to check there for future updates. If there are more FAQ’s to add, we’ll add them on that page.

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Here is a list of the current top 5 most frequently asked questions about ICD-10 and Medisoft.

#1: Why are my codes showing in red in Medisoft transaction entry?

This first video answers a question about why the old ICD-9 codes are showing in red when you try to enter new charges in the Transaction Entry screen as well as give some insight as to why ICD-9 codes still show. This video will also show you how to change the default diagnosis in the patient’s case from ICD-9 to ICD-10. Watch the video above to get help with this.

#2: Why are my old ICD-9 codes showing in transaction entry?

This video builds on the first video. A lot of people have been wondering why the Transaction Entry screen in Medisoft is still showing the old ICD-9 codes instead of the expected ICD-10 codes. This is a very common point of confusion that is addressed in this video. Watch the video above to get the confusion cleared up hopefully.

#3: Why are there no codes to map when I go into the code mapping tool?

This third video covers a question about the ICD-10 mapping utility in Medisoft. Many people have had questions about how it works and why there are no codes displayed or available to map when they go into the tool. Be sure to watch this video if you are having those problems.

#4: Why are my electronic claims getting rejected, and what is an ICD-10 qualifier?

This video is regarding electronic claims rejections. We’ve had many instances of electronic claims being rejected because the ICD-10 qualifier is sending a “BK” or “BF” rather than the needed ICD-10 qualifier of “ABK” or “ABF”. This video will show you how to resolved this common problem. Watch this video to learn how to solve these problems if you are experiencing claims being rejected.

#5: I still can’t send claims. Why can’t I submit my claims?

Video 5 explains why electronic claims are being rejected for users who send claims in “text file” or “print image” format using the CMS11 program. This will be a 2-part answer.

First, watch this short one-minute video to determine if you are sending claims in the old format: https://www.youtu.be/M4fo4VKrt-U.

If it is determined that you are sending claims in “print image” using the CMS11 or CMSFILE, watch this other video (which is the same as the video above at the beginning of this answer) on what this means to you: https://www.youtu.be/YALuP2zR4JE.

We recommend you call your AZCOMP account representative at (888) 799-4777 to proceed forward with the implementation of Revenue Management. If you are currently using Revenue Management to send claims electronically this video will not apply to you and there may be other issues our support department will need to look at for you.

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Be sure to check out our ICD-10 Resource Page for more updates, more videos, more training and more information.

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Medisoft ICD-10 Troubleshooting Tips

Day 1 ICD-10 Troubleshooting Tips in Medisoft

Day 1 of ICD-10 was a busy day at the AZCOMP Support Department. After a full day of helping resolve over 100 different support tickets, we’ve got a pretty good handle on what the struggles are for a lot of different people.

This quick video will give some tips on troubleshooting some problems you might be having so far in Medisoft with the ICD-10 transition. We’ll look at the following items:

  • Dx codes showing red
  • Making sure you have added your ICD-10 codes
  • Changing the ICD version for your various insurance carriers
  • Setting the ICD-10 date
  • Updating codes inside a patients case
  • Updating the settings in Revenue Management

 

If you’re having any other troubles that you need help with, be sure to leave us a comment in the comment section of the video. If you like the video then let us know by giving us a “thumbs up”!

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Need More Video Help?

We have more videos you can watch to help you get through the transition. Check out these others if you need…

  1. Options for getting ICD-10 codes into Medisoft
  2. Start to finish how to setup Medisoft for ICD-10

 

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New Place of Services Code Created by CMS

New Place of Service Code

Ask the Coder

By Lisa A Schroeder, CHC, CPC, CCS-P, Compliance – Academic, Office-based and Multi-specialty Physicians, McKesson Business Performance Services | August 31, 2015

Place of Service Update

The plan to update Place of Service (POS) codes for outpatient hospital services was announced in the CY 2015 Physician Fee Schedule (PFS) Final Rule. In that Final Rule, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) noted that with the proliferation of physician practices becoming hospital based, CMS lacked a means to adequately determine the expense incurred by a practice versus the expense incurred by a hospital outpatient department. The Practice Expense (PE) is one of the components of the Relative Value Unit (RVU) and is used to determine the fee schedule amount1. In the CY 2015 PFS Final Rule, CMS was also looking for ways to more accurately value visits within the postoperative period.2 Though the Final Rule decided on new POS codes under Part B to help with the assessments, it did not recommend the new code at the time of publication.

On Aug. 6, 2015, CMS issued details regarding the new and revised POS codes under Part B in MLN Matters MM9231 (PDF, 69 KB). These changes will become effective Jan. 1, 2016. To differentiate between on-campus and off-campus provider-based hospital departments, CMS is creating a new POS code – POS 19 and revising the current POS 22 code description for outpatient hospital. These changes will affect physicians, other providers, and suppliers submitting claims to Medicare Administrative Contractors (MAC), including Durable Medical Equipment Medicare Administrative Contractors (DME MAC) for services provided to Medicare beneficiaries under Part B3.

POS Code Set – Outpatient changes4

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What does this mean to physicians and practitioners?

  • To file a claim, the outpatient POS must be correctly identified. Either the hospital outpatient location is on campus, (POS 22) or it is off campus (POS 19).
  • Payments for services provided to outpatients who are later admitted as inpatients within three- days (or, in the case of non-IPPS hospitals, one-day) are bundled when the patient is seen in a wholly owned or wholly operated physician practice. For those services that have a technical component (TC) and a professional component (PC) split in the PFS, Medicare will continue to pay the facility rate for the PC when provided within the three-day, (or one-day), window.
  • Claims for covered services rendered in an Off Campus-Outpatient Hospital setting (or in an On Campus-Outpatient Hospital setting, if payable by Medicare) will be paid at the facility rate. This also applies to those services with a professional fee only, that is no PC/TC split.
  • Reporting outpatient hospital POS code 19 or 22 is a minimum requirement to trigger the facility payment amount under the PFS when services are provided to a registered outpatient. Therefore, you should use POS code 19 or POS code 22 when you furnish services to a hospital outpatient regardless of where the face-to-face encounter occurs.

MM9231 also mentions minor corrections to POS codes 17 – Walk-in Retail Health Clinic and 26 – Military Treatment Facility. These two codes have been added back to the POS list in the “Medicare Claims Processing Manual”.

To view the related Change Request (CR) 9231 (Transmittal 3315) which includes the update to CMS Manual System Publication 100-04 Medicare Claims Processing Manual, click here (PDF, 225 KB).

1 Medicare Program; Revisions to Payment Policies under the Physician Fee Schedule, Clinical Laboratory Fee Schedule, Access to
Identifiable Data for the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation Models & other Revisions to Part B for CY 2015, 79 Fed.
Reg. 67547, 67569 (November 13, 2014) (to be codified at 42 CFR 403, 405, 410, et al.).
2 Ibid.
MLN Matters® Number: MM9231 Related Change Request (CR) #: CR 9231 Related CR Release Date: August 6, 2015 Page 1
Ibid at Page 2.

Submitting ICD-10 Test Claims In Medisoft

How to Put Medisoft into Test Mode for Submitting Test Claims

This video is an excerpt from a recent webinar. In this video Loree discusses the options that are available for testing with your clearinghouse. Loree also demonstrates in Medisoft how to put the program into test mode so that you can submit test claims. There are a few other related steps that also need to be done in the program so that you can submit, and those are covered in the video as well.

At this late point in the game, if you want to submit test claims, you are somewhat limited with what can be done, but there are still options. So watch the video to see what is available to you.

Need Help With ICD-10 Claims?

Following the instructions in this video should give you what you need to know to put the program into test mode. If you need additional help, you can view other videos we have on our YouTube channel, or you can purchase one-on-one training, or you can purchase technical support. We have the best training and the best tech support teams in the nation! We are here to get you ready for the ICD-10 transition date.

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