Account Proof

Version 14.19

About the Account Proof

Path: Clinical tab > Patient Chart button > Claims > Proof button
Path: Practice Management tab > Patient Chart button > Claims > Proof button
Path: Billing tab > Patient Chart button > Claims > Proof button

The Account Proof window is a read-only window that displays the proof for the patient and insurance balance information. The proof gathers claim balances. It also compiles what the patient/insurance owes, has paid, and what was adjusted. Sometimes proof problems can appear. When a proof problem occurs, click the "Rebuild" button on the Claims window. Clicking the "Rebuild" button on the Claims window will repair certain conditions that lead to proof problems.

Account Proof Map

Number
Section
Description
1
Patient Information
The Patient Proof section explains the patient balance by indicating what the patient owed, what payments were adjusted, and what the patient has paid to date.
2
Insurance Information
The Insurance Proof section explains the insurance balance for the patient by indicating what the insurance owes, what payments were adjusted, and what the insurance has paid to date.
Version 14.10

About the Account Proof

Path: Smart Toolbar > Account > Claims tab > Proof button

The Account Proof window is a read-only window that displays the proof for the patient and insurance balance information. The proof gathers claim balances. It also compiles what the patient/insurance owes, has paid, and what was adjusted. Sometimes proof problems can appear. When a proof problem occurs, click the "Rebuild" button on the Claims window. Clicking the "Rebuild" button on the Claims window will repair certain conditions that lead to proof problems.

Account Proof Map

Number
Section
Description
1
Patient Information
The Patient Proof section explains the patient balance by indicating what the patient owed, what payments were adjusted, and what the patient has paid to date.
2
Insurance Information
The Insurance Proof section explains the insurance balance for the patient by indicating what the insurance owes, what payments were adjusted, and what the insurance has paid to date.