remittance advice


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re·mit·tance ad·vice

(RA) (rē-mit'ăns ad-vīs')
Documentation describing payment and adjustments to the health care service provider; also called explanation of benefits (EOB).
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Fax your remittance advice with completed credit card information to our secure fax number at 919.419.4787.
Technologic tools also can be used to compare detailed remittance advice with the original service line items.
LINKS software spans check and EFT payments, remittance advice, purchase orders, invoices and statement printing, automatic faxing, receipting, electronic bank statements and full cash book reconciliation and cash receiving.
More important, however, may be the fact that the productivity gains achieved by replacing paper remittance advice with image based documents are less than earth shattering.
The information supplied to the taxpayer on the remittance advice for the reporting period by these provinces reflects the opening balance in the taxpayer's account, payments received on account, the amount of tax assessed for the period, interest assessed, penalty assessed, and the closing account balance.
Alter weighing the options, the project team decided to design an internal authorization process based on the ERS two-way match of PO and receipts that would include reporting to the company's trading partners to support an expanded remittance advice.
Features include Electronic Medical Record, E-Prescription, Evidence-based clinical knowledge, E-Lab,E-Fax, Automated Transcriptionist, Advanced Scheduling, Electronic Appointment Reminder, Patient Portal, Medical Billing Software, Electronic Statement, Electronic Eligibility, Electronic Claims & Remittance, Claim Scrubbing, Electronic Remittance Advice (E-Post), Dashboard, Artificial Intelligence.
December 31, 2013 is the deadline for health plans to meet HIPAA Administrative Simplification requirements for Certification, Part One covering compliance for four key transactions: eligibility, health claim status, electronic funds transfer, and health care payment and remittance advice. Escalating regulation, including ongoing Affordable Care Act requirements -- several of which go into effect on January 1, 2014 -- has dramatically increased healthcare organizations' need for compliance, agility and cost containment.
Health and Human Services (HHS) announced in August the release of a new rule (Administrative Simplification: Adoption of Operating Rules for Health Care Electronic Funds Transfers and Remittance Advice Transactions) that should cut red tape for doctors, hospitals and health plans.
Its services include electronic claims processing, real-time verification of a patienta[euro](tm)s insurance eligibility, point-and-click access to identify and recover missing revenue, automated secondary claims, and electronic remittance advice and tools that ease patient payment collection.Country: USASector: Business and Consumer Services, HealthcareTarget: ClaimLogicBuyer: TriZetto Group Inc, Gateway EDIType: Corporate acquisitionStatus: Closed
The interim final regulations - part of a series of regulations coming from the Department of Health and Human Services - standardize the format and content of transmissions that health plans send to banks when paying claims via electronic funds transfer (EFT) and will require plans to use a trace number to match the EFT with the remittance advice sent to providers.
The interim final regulations--part of a series of regulations coming from the Department of Health and Human Services--standardize the format and content of the transmissions that health plans send to banks when paying claims via electronic funds transfer (EFT) and will require plans to use a trace number to match the EFT with the remittance advice sent to providers.