Auto Bill With Day-Sheet Uploads
Stop duplicate data entries onto many separate or disconnected systems.
In addition to HYPEMedical’s powerful HL7 engine, users can utilize other, more traditional, data-sharing methods. These methods include XML and flat files (similar to MS Excel spreadsheets). These methods can share patient demographics alone or as appointments and billing data as file uploads between other systems and HYPEMedical. Your daily-patient-work-list file downloaded from Meditech can be uploaded to HYPEMedical, while patient and procedure data file downloads can be uploaded and automatically create claims.
Upload patient and billing data files (.CSV, DAT, TXT.) from another software into HYPEMedical to auto-create claims.
To create your flat file for uploads, use the above configuration.
*Originally published August 8, 2020
Printing the Appointment Day Sheet
From the Home Page How would you ensure that only relevant information is printed on your appointment report? Hover over Appt Book and click on Appt Search. The Appointment Search Form - Quick Instructions 1 & 2 Appointment Search Results . . . Print ...
Can I download my own day sheet templates from HYPEMedical?
Yes, you can. You can use both existing and new PDF and DOC type files. Contact us at email@example.com for a free consultation and instructions. In addition we have a growing set of common popular forms that we can make available for you. Go ...
How do I bill OHIP?
Billing OHIP: Click the Claims button in the main menu, search for a patient, and hit Enter. Enter Service codes, and hit Enter. Search or create the next patient, hit Enter, and Go to step #1. Saving a claim for a new patient will also automatically ...
How do I open up a day in the schedule?
HYPEMedical's easy appointment book is composed of several components. The best way to illustrate how the members interact is to look at the image below. Skip the Referring Doctors link. Setup: Enter the doctor(s) information. Locations: Enter the ...
How do I bill UHIP? What is UHIP?
"I have an patient who is covered by UHIP. His UHIP number is entered into the health card number field and it is entered as being covered by HCP-P. When I hit save, it says that the health card number is too long. How do I correct this?" UHIP is a ...