Documents Attached to Claim Submitted?
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I apologize if this is a duplicate post.  I am figuring out SP how to file insurance claims.  How do I verify what other documentations are submitted when filing insurance claims through SP?  We usually mail our claims together with supporting documents required by the insurance.  If additional documents are submitted with the insurance claim, how can I add another document that is scanned/uploaded to the client's profile to be submitted as well?

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    Gillian

    Hi Teresita, I'd be happy to help with your question. SimplePractice doesn't currently support sending any documentation attached to your insurance claims. 

    Hi Teresita, I'd be happy to help with your question. SimplePractice doesn't currently support sending any documentation attached to your insurance claims. 

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    Jamie Chessor

    What would be the recommended course of action, then?  Printing the claim and mailing it in? Will payment have a way of being received through SimplePractice, if we are enrolled?

    What would be the recommended course of action, then?  Printing the claim and mailing it in? Will payment have a way of being received through SimplePractice, if we are enrolled?

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    Gillian

    Hi Jamie, yes, if additional documentation is required to be attached to your claims, I'd recommend mailing the claims in. If you're enrolled in Payment Reports with SimplePractice, you'll be notified via SimplePractice when the claims have been paid, and how much the payment amount is. You'll be paid through the same means that the insurance payer typically pays you - usually via check or, if you've enrolled in it through the insurance payer, EFT. Let me know if you have any additional questions about this, or anything else SimplePractice. I'm here to help. 

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    Hi Jamie, yes, if additional documentation is required to be attached to your claims, I'd recommend mailing the claims in. If you're enrolled in Payment Reports with SimplePractice, you'll be notified via SimplePractice when the claims have been paid, and how much the payment amount is. You'll be paid through the same means that the insurance payer typically pays you - usually via check or, if you've enrolled in it through the insurance payer, EFT. Let me know if you have any additional questions about this, or anything else SimplePractice. I'm here to help.