You can view the scheduled and actual production (gross and net) for a given day or week. The amounts are available in numerical and graphical form.
Gross production reflects the sum of expected incomes without any discounts or adjustments having been deducted. This could be used as an indicator of a provider's efficiency, especially for recare scheduling effectiveness.
Net production reflects the cleared amount (take home pay) for an office (location). This could be used for predicting the real�incomes from computations based on planned work and could be used for salary calculations and determining an office's (location's) profitability. Actual net production is calculated by subtracting estimated insurance write-offs and applied credit adjustments that affect production from the procedure charges.
The production amounts are calculated based on each scheduled procedure having one of the following statuses: Planned, Completed, or Other. However, Planned procedures that are not scheduled are excluded from calculations.
To view the scheduled and actual production
How to get there
On the Schedule menu, click (or tap) Calendar.
The Calendar page opens.
On the Calendar page, navigate to a day or week.
Do one of the following:
With the week view, you can view the production totals for each day of the week by clicking (or tapping) the corresponding View Gross and View Net links.
With the week view or the day view, you can view the production totals for each day of the week being displayed or for each day of the week of the day being displayed by clicking (or tapping) Production Totals in the upper-right corner.
If a change occurs that affects production (such as someone creating an appointment or changing the procedures attached to an appointment) while you are viewing the Calendar page or the Location Production dialog box, do one of the following to recalculate the production totals:
If you are viewing the Calendar page, click (or tap) the Renew links.
If you are viewing the Location Production dialog box, click (or tap) Refresh Values.