Next time you need to edit a copayment coverage table, you can do that quickly and in bulk by importing a .CSV file. Importing copayment files will save time and streamline your payment process.
Watch this video to learn how to import copayment coverage tables. (Duration: 2:31)
- If you update the coverage table for a specific plan rather than a template, then changes will be highlighted in orange.
- Your file format and extension must be .CSV, which is an Excel file option.
- The procedure code format must exactly match the ADA codes in your Procedure Codes & Conditions page (for example, no space allowed between the D and the number) or else the code will not import. Multi-codes do not import.
- To learn more, read Editing coverage tables in the Resource Center.