To edit a coverage table template
How to get there
From the Settings menu, under Production, clicktap Coverage Tables.
The Coverage Table Setup page opens.
On the Coverage Table Setup page, select a coverage table template.
The options for editing the coverage table template appear.
Type a different Template name if necessary.
Add, edit, and delete the procedure code ranges as needed.
Do the following:
ClickTap Add Range to add a procedure code range, or select an existing range to edit that range.
Set up the following options for that range as needed:
Code Range - The ADA or custom procedure code range. These fields accept dashes (-), periods (.), numbers, and letters, and they can be up to 10 characters in length. Make sure there are not any overlaps and gaps in the sequence between the starting and ending codes in the range and between other ranges.
Note: When you change a range and then clicktap somewhere else, the text of the range that you modified turns bold. Also, any ranges that overlap or that are invalid become highlighted in red, and you cannot save the changes to the coverage table until those errors are resolved.
Category - The procedure category for the procedures in the range.
Deductible Type - The type of deductible that the procedures in the range apply to.
Coverage % - The percent that the insurance carrier pays on covered charges (after any deductible, up to any allowed amount, and up to any maximum allowed benefit) for procedures in the range.
Co-pay $ - The patient co-pay for capitation plans. Patients will pay the specified amount for the procedure (do not use more than one procedure in a range when working with the coverage table for a capitation plan).
Repeat the steps a - b for any other ranges that you want to add or edit.
To delete a range, clicktap that range's Remove button , and then clicktap Delete on the confirmation message that appears.
Important: If you are deleting the only range in the coverage table, the entire table will be deleted.
Do one of the following:
To create a new template, preserving the original, clicktap Save As New Template.
To apply the changes to the template, overwriting the original, clicktap Save.