This report lists the patient chart number, patient balance, and how many statements there are for the unpaid claim with the most statements.
|Example: Patient chart #123 owes three different amounts. For the first date of service, the patient owes $40, for which you have sent three statements. For a second date of service, the patient owes $20, for which you have sent two statements. For a third date of service, the patient owes $10, for which you have not yet sent a statement. This report will show that patient 123 owes $70 ($40 + $20 + $10) and has received three statements.|
A sample image of this SQL report run in the Database Viewer is shown below:
- You have to have printed the statements from within the OP software. Printing statements through OP reports does not count.
- The same claim printed twice on the same day only counts as one statement. This accounts for misprints/accidents.
- These are grouped by patient (not family/guarantor).
- Just because you printed the statement doesn’t necessarily mean you’ve mailed it yet (or at all!).
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select patno, sum(patient_balance) as total_balance, max(statements_printed) as statements from ( select patno, claimno, claimdate, patient_balance, updated, count(statement_date) as statements_printed from ( select distinct claims1.invoiceno as claimno, claimdate, patno, patient_balance, updated, statement_date from claims1 left outer join (select print_log.*, substring(cast(date1 as date) from 1 for position(' ' in cast(date1 as date))) as statement_date from print_log where tracking_id = 'Statement' and recipient='Patient') p on p.invoiceno = claims1.invoiceno where patient_balance >= 0.01 and statement_date is not null ) group by patno, claimno, claimdate, patient_balance, updated ) group by patno