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The Radiology Module is used to assist coders in entering radiological services. Using an interface; patient, billing and report data is imported into the PARADIGM system. Your coders, working from an electronic work list, will then be able to pull up and code each claim on one screen while simultaneously viewing the providers report on a second screen.
The Anesthesia Billing Module allows for entry of information used in anesthesia billing for filing claims both on paper and in the ANSI 837 format. When the charge specifies that it is an anesthesia charge, additional fields will allow you to enter in start and stop times, and units will be automatically calculated.
The Allergy Module is a collection of programs used in allergy practices. It includes a shot-room program that quickly creates visits for patients who are having shots administered as well as a serum program used for the tracking, mailing, and billing of extract.
The Ambulance Billing module allows for entry of information needed for filing ambulance claims in the ANSI 837 format. The information needed is found at the claim level. When a facility code is entered on the Encounter form with a POS (Place of Service code) of ambulance, a pop up form will display and allow the required information to be entered.
The Chiropractic Module allows for entry of information needed for filing chiropractic claims in the ANSI 837 format. It also allows chiropractic practices to maintain additional information such as the level of subluxation and the treatment period for the current series of visits.
To bill certain DME transactions, a Certificate of Medical Necessity (CMN) or a DME MAC Information Form (DIF) must be submitted with the insurance claim. The DME Module allows a user to capture and send that information electronically. A separate EMC module is required to file the claims to the appropriate regional center.
After entering the CMN or DIF data for the initial claim, all subsequent visits will automatically populate the form information from the most recent prior form’s information. This allows the user to review the previously entered data and enter only revised data to complete the form, speeding up the billing process, improving productivity, and expediting reimbursements.