Claim Submission Field 14 Qualifier
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Hi,

 

Is there an auto-populate option for the Field 14 qualifier yet? It's very tedious to need to re-open every claim to add the qualifier.

 

Thanks!

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    Ayelette R

    Hi Betsy,

    For a step-by-step guide to having Box 14 on your claims auto-populate, feel free to check out this Help Center resource: Auto-populating additional fields on claim forms.

    Hi Betsy,

    For a step-by-step guide to having Box 14 on your claims auto-populate, feel free to check out this Help Center resource: Auto-populating additional fields on claim forms.

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    betsy chung

    Hello,

     

    Thank you for responding. I'm not sure if I'm just not seeing it, but I don't see a specific section to auto-populate the qualifier for field 14. Not the date part, but the part next to it. That one I'm still needing to enter manually before claims are able to be submitted.

    Hello,

     

    Thank you for responding. I'm not sure if I'm just not seeing it, but I don't see a specific section to auto-populate the qualifier for field 14. Not the date part, but the part next to it. That one I'm still needing to enter manually before claims are able to be submitted.

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    Ruth

    Hi Betsy - I'm happy to clarify, with some good news, if you're wanting to record an "Accident" in the qualifier for box 14. To do this, go to your client's file > Edit > Billing and Insurance, under Insurance Claim/CMS Fields check the box to show additional fields, then select "Yes" for "Auto Accident," or "Other Accident." The dates recording in these additional fields, and any referring providers you add here will also populate onto the claim. Hope that helps! 

    Hi Betsy - I'm happy to clarify, with some good news, if you're wanting to record an "Accident" in the qualifier for box 14. To do this, go to your client's file > Edit > Billing and Insurance, under Insurance Claim/CMS Fields check the box to show additional fields, then select "Yes" for "Auto Accident," or "Other Accident." The dates recording in these additional fields, and any referring providers you add here will also populate onto the claim. Hope that helps! 

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    betsy chung

    Hi Ruth,

    I appreciate your assistance.

    Unfortunately, that doesn't really resolve the problem because a majority of claims being filed are not for ACCIDENT purposes.

     

    On field 14, we need to include a date, and then there's a drop-down menu that offers many other selections, and the most commonly used one is "#431 onset of current symptoms". Without an option to auto-populate that, everybody is needing to open up every single claim to fix that before it can be submitted to insurance. That is time consuming and tedious.

    Hi Ruth,

    I appreciate your assistance.

    Unfortunately, that doesn't really resolve the problem because a majority of claims being filed are not for ACCIDENT purposes.

     

    On field 14, we need to include a date, and then there's a drop-down menu that offers many other selections, and the most commonly used one is "#431 onset of current symptoms". Without an option to auto-populate that, everybody is needing to open up every single claim to fix that before it can be submitted to insurance. That is time consuming and tedious.

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    Ayelette R

    Hi Betsy,

    There is not currently a way to auto-populate non-Accident qualifiers into Box 14 of the claim form.

    However, if you have a moment I encourage you to vote and add your comment to the auto populate qualifier drop down box 14 on claim form idea which has been added to our Ideas and Suggestions board. When you vote or comment on this post, you'll automatically receive our status updates on this feature.

    For some background, posting and commenting on our Ideas & Suggestions Board means that members of our Product Team, as well as all members of our Community, have transparent access to review your suggestion. This board is one of our most important resources for understanding which features will have the most value for our community.

    If you're curious, here's more information about how a customer idea can become a SimplePractice feature: Customer feedback: How a customer idea can become a feature in SimplePractice.

    Hi Betsy,

    There is not currently a way to auto-populate non-Accident qualifiers into Box 14 of the claim form.

    However, if you have a moment I encourage you to vote and add your comment to the auto populate qualifier drop down box 14 on claim form idea which has been added to our Ideas and Suggestions board. When you vote or comment on this post, you'll automatically receive our status updates on this feature.

    For some background, posting and commenting on our Ideas & Suggestions Board means that members of our Product Team, as well as all members of our Community, have transparent access to review your suggestion. This board is one of our most important resources for understanding which features will have the most value for our community.

    If you're curious, here's more information about how a customer idea can become a SimplePractice feature: Customer feedback: How a customer idea can become a feature in SimplePractice.