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I am having a hard time with the claims that say accepted and there is no follow up available. Even after I add a payment which may come in as a check the claim is still sitting i the accepted area. I have way too many of these to go through one by one- Is there a way to eliminate the accepted claims from the list?? Also I have some EFT that will get auto deposited and go through simple practice- I get the paid claim status but they still sit there accepted?? whats wrong this this?

 

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    Valerie Bond MA LCPC

    I also received a paper check from a provider, but the claim still shows "accepted". I have received paper checks in the past and the payment was recognized by SP, so not understanding why this one is frozen in place. Anyway to indicate it has been paid?

     

    In addition, I have several claims that state accepted and in process, but are up to 21 days old. How do I find out what is going on?

    Valerie

    I also received a paper check from a provider, but the claim still shows "accepted". I have received paper checks in the past and the payment was recognized by SP, so not understanding why this one is frozen in place. Anyway to indicate it has been paid?

     

    In addition, I have several claims that state accepted and in process, but are up to 21 days old. How do I find out what is going on?

    Valerie

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    Sharon E. Prager

    I continue to have this issue-

    Are the claims supposed to be come listed as "Paid"  in the billing list when I post a check to that claim specifically? I want to be able to scroll through my billing and only see what is outstanding and not have to pick through a ton of claims 

    I continue to have this issue-

    Are the claims supposed to be come listed as "Paid"  in the billing list when I post a check to that claim specifically? I want to be able to scroll through my billing and only see what is outstanding and not have to pick through a ton of claims 

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    David B. Shaw

    I would check to see if you need to manually adjust the write-off amount to reflect that there is no amount due.

    I would check to see if you need to manually adjust the write-off amount to reflect that there is no amount due.