Standard Reports: Transactions for Check Number

Version 14.10

When to Use this Report

Use this report to review a posted EOB/ERA and balance funds posted, especially when there are complex elements such as recoups or take-backs.  

About Transactions for Check Number

Path: Reports menu > Standard Reports > Choose a Report dropdown > Transactions for Check Number Daysheet Log

The Transactions by Check Number report displays all transactions associated with a Check Number. This report will also show users a summary of payments collected or allocated to a specific payment method, transfer, or refund. 

Note: More columns are available in the data grid than shown in the map below. The map only describes the columns displayed in the map. To see the total list of columns, select the column selection icon in the upper-left area of the grid ().

Transactions for Check Number Map




Choose a report

The Choose a report dropdown selects one of the six available reports to display in the standard reports grid. These reports include:


Reference dates (range)
The Reference Dates set the start and end date for the displayed report’s date range. Reports that meet the criteria and fall within the selected date range will appear in the standard reports grid.


Reference Date (type)
The Reference Date type selects the transactions based on charge/payment, posting (entry), daysheet, or Daysheet ID. Please note that some reports will not allow for these selections.
Enter a Check Number
The Enter a Check Number displays the transactions associated with the entered check number.


Refresh button
The Refresh button refreshes the data in the standard reports grid.


Print Grid button
The Print Grid button prints or exports the standard reports grid as it appears. You can print a paper or PDF copy of the report. The report will open in Print Preview mode. In Print Preview mode, you can choose to print the report or export to PDF. If you export to PDF, you will be given some options regarding how you would like to save the image. Remember, that when saving practice sensitive information or any kind of PHI outside of Office Practicum, you should consider who has access to the information you are saving. You can add a password to the PDF you are saving by going to the Security tab, checking the box that says "Enabled," and Adding a User Password (or you can choose to protect your data in some other way within your own network).


Export button
The Export button exports the data shown in the standard reports grid as an .xls or .csv file.
Reset Preferences button
The Reset Preferences button resets the default window and grid preferences.


Preferences button
The Preferences button saves the window and grid preferences.


The Type column displays the method type for the transaction: Transfer, Transaction, Patient Credit Receipt, etc.
The Date column lists the completed date for the transaction.
Posted Date
The Posted Date column lists the date that the payment was posted.
Daysheet Date
The Daysheet Date column lists the date that the daysheet was processed.
Daysheet ID
The Daysheet ID column indicates the daysheet identifier that was created for the daysheet when it was processed.
Patient ID
The Patient ID column indicates the patient identifier that is associated with the payment.
Patient Name
The Patient Name columns list the patient Last and First name that is associated with the transaction.
Check Number
The Check Number column indicates the check number used with the associated transaction type.
Deposit Source
The Deposit Source column indicates the name of the payer for the deposit.
Insurance Amount
The Insurance Amount column indicates the amount owed by the insurance company with the associated payment.
Patient Amount
The Patient Amount column indicates the amount owed by the patient with the associated payment.
Total Amount
The total Amount column indicates the total owed for the indicated transaction.
The Note column indicates any notes entered for the selected transaction.
Location ID
The Location ID column indicates the practice's location where the transaction occurred.