Invoices with Insurance Claims Allocates the Full Balance to the Patient/Client

One of the most important steps when adding a Claim to an invoice is the proper designation of who will be receiving payment.

Claim Payable to Clinic or Provider

When a claim is payable to a clinic or provider, the invoice will be evaluated based on the EOB (Explanation of Benefits). If an EOB has not been added, the Insurer will be responsible for the full balance.

In the example below an EOB has been added and the insurer is responsible for $90 and the patient is responsible for $20.

Claim Payable to Insurer Member, Patient, or Adjudicator Guarantor

When a Claim is payable to the insured member, patient/client, or adjudicator guarantor, the full balance will always be allocated to the patient/client regardless of the EOB. When the invoice is paid by the patient or client, the EOB needs to be updated to Paid.

The claim has been changed to Payable to Patient in the example below.

Add Billing Code Sets to an Invoice

Track Insurance on an Invoice without Using the Insurance Add-on Feature

Adding a Secondary Claim to an Invoice

Add a Claim to an Invoice

Add Insurance Codes to an Invoice

Superbills

One of the most important steps when adding a Claim to an invoice is the proper designation of who will be receiving payment.

Claim Payable to Clinic or Provider

When a claim is payable to a clinic or provider, the invoice will be evaluated based on the EOB (Explanation of Benefits). If an EOB has not been added, the Insurer will be responsible for the full balance.

In the example below an EOB has been added and the insurer is responsible for $90 and the patient is responsible for $20.

Claim Payable to Insurer Member, Patient, or Adjudicator Guarantor

When a Claim is payable to the insured member, patient/client, or adjudicator guarantor, the full balance will always be allocated to the patient/client regardless of the EOB. When the invoice is paid by the patient or client, the EOB needs to be updated to Paid.

The claim has been changed to Payable to Patient in the example below.

One of the most important steps when adding a Claim to an invoice is the proper designation of who will be receiving payment.

Claim Payable to Clinic or Provider

When a claim is payable to a clinic or provider, the invoice will be evaluated based on the EOB (Explanation of Benefits). If an EOB has not been added, the Insurer will be responsible for the full balance.

In the example below an EOB has been added and the insurer is responsible for $90 and the patient is responsible for $20.

Claim Payable to Insurer Member, Patient, or Adjudicator Guarantor

When a Claim is payable to the insured member, patient/client, or adjudicator guarantor, the full balance will always be allocated to the patient/client regardless of the EOB. When the invoice is paid by the patient or client, the EOB needs to be updated to Paid.

The claim has been changed to Payable to Patient in the example below.

Add Billing Code Sets to an Invoice

Track Insurance on an Invoice without Using the Insurance Add-on Feature

Adding a Secondary Claim to an Invoice

Add a Claim to an Invoice

Add Insurance Codes to an Invoice

Superbills

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