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NCPDP Bill Page Explained

Here we are. The main event!

From the Bill Page view and work Bills.

You can manage bills with these functions:

A. To edit a bill, click ‘Edit Bill’

B. To copy a bill, click ‘Copy Bill’

C. To delete a bill, click ‘Delete’

D. To report a submission error, click ‘Report Error’

E. To view outstanding tasks associated with the bill, click ‘Task List’

F. To view the bill history, click ‘Bill History’

G. To view a particular bill submission, click the appropriate bill tab

H. To add supporting documents, click ‘Add’

I. To manually post payments, click ‘Post’

J. To determine next steps, view the ‘Action Bar’

From ‘List of Bills,’ click on the Bill to view

A. To edit a bill, click ‘Edit Bill’

Edit Original Bills in Incomplete or Rejected Status.

Once a bill is in Accepted status, it cannot be modified deleted or rescinded.

B. To copy a bill, click ‘Copy Bill’

Copy Bill creates an editable duplicate of the current Bill.

C. To delete a bill, click ‘Delete’

Remember, you can’t delete a Bill after submission.

D. To report a submission error, click ‘Report Error’

The Report Error button appears after you submit the bill.

E. To view outstanding tasks for bill, click ‘Task List’

The number in parentheses indicates the current number of outstanding Tasks for the Bill.

F. To view the bill history, click ‘Bill History’

Bill History displays submission information, Task creation and completion information, claims administrator acknowledgements, payment information, and notes.

The number in parentheses indicates the number of notes in the Bill History. If there is no number in parentheses, the bill has no notes.

G. To view a particular type of bill submission, click the appropriate ‘Submissions’ tab

H. To add supporting documents, click ‘Add’

I. To manually post payments, click ‘Post’

J. To determine next steps, view the ‘Action Bar’

The Action Bar provides information on the submission and prompts you on the next action.

Did you ever think it would be this easy?

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