A/R Aging Analysis: Rendering Provider - Patient A/R

Version 14.10

When to Use this Report

Users who wish to see what is in their Accounts Receivable by Rendering Provider can use this report to see all outstanding patient balances that are due. This allows users to see, in a quick glance, the areas of work in their A/R that need to be addressed for individual providers.

About the A/R Aging Analysis: Rendering Provider - Patient A/R

Path: Reports Menu > A/R Aging Analysis > Rendering Provider - Pat. A/R (A/R Report Type dropdown)
Note: If you do not see this report option, you will need to be provided a permission from the System Administrator under Security Administration. The report permission is: OP_Rpts_AR.

This report allows users to view outstanding Accounts Receivable by Rendering Provider-Patient Balances. It is recommended that you to run the Proof Patient Account A/R Update prior to working A/R.

Note: If patient details indicate a balance in a date range bucket that is different from the top row bucket, then the AR_AGING_HISTORY table data is out of date. Re-run the Update function by clicking the Update button in the Menu: Reports > Proof Patient Accounts > Proof Calculations > A/R Data Update Procedures tab.

A/R Aging Analysis: Rendering Provider - Patient A/R Map

A/R Report Type
Selects the report to display in the A/R Aging Analysis window.
Show Totals/Details radio buttons
The radio buttons determine the data that is displayed in the grid:
  • Show Summary Totals: The "Show Summary Totals" radio button provides a summary of the patient totals. 
  • Show Patient Details: This radio button is not available for this report.
Function buttons
The function buttons are used to print, export, refresh, and set conditions for the information in the A/R Aging Analysis report.
Rendering Provider
The Rendering Provider column displays the name of the rendering provider for each line of the report.  
Rendering Provider Summary Details
Rendering Provider Summary Details displays outstanding Accounts Receivable that are due to the rendering provider from the patient over specified periods of time (0 to 30, 31 to 60, etc).