In part two of the IMC & Eclipse Billing article, you will learn how to configure a user’s profile to enable IMC Patient and Eclipse Billing.
What you will need:
List of all Health Funds each of your Doctors has an Agreement or Scheme with
Doctors Fund Payee ID as issued by each Health Fund
The Max Known Gap for each Health Fund for applicable scheme claim types
To manage each provider that will be billing through Eclipse; Start by clicking More at the top page to reveal a drop-down list, and click Settings:
Click Subscription Details:
Select the Tick-box of the user you want to enable Eclipse Billing for, followed by More and Configure:
Select the appropriate letter templates (hyperlink letter templates) for In-patient Quote; Bill to Patient, Bill to Health Fund and In-patient Invoice; Bill to Patient, Bill to Invoice and select Yes for Include Referral for Medicare Billing. Using this setting will ensure a referral is required for each claim submitting, preventing unnecessary claim rejections.
Now that you have set up your quote and invoice templates for this user, you can now connect your Health Funds for Eclipse Billing.
*Note: You can create your own quote and invoice templates from Resources > Letter Templates <Insert letter templates tutorial link> should you chose not to use the default invoices provided.
From the list of available Health Funds, you will need select a Claim Type and enter your Fund Payee ID and the Max Known Gap:
*NOTE: You do not need to enter information for funds a provider does not have an Agreement or Scheme with. Please speak with your Health Fund to determine this relationship before entering these details.
Once you have entered the required Claim Type, Fund Payee ID and Max Known Gap for Scheme arrangements, click Save:
Thanks for taking the time to review this article, you are now ready to create ECLIPSE Claims.
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