So, I never paid attention previously but have now noticed the $ sign in the Bluebook Entries, marked as Tag. Not for each procedure, but for some. And there may be a number. What does this mean....I cannot fine it in the Help for Softdent.softdentgirld.canales
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The Tag field is used for tracking changes made to bluebook entries. See below for a list of Tags that may appear in the field:
Dang Chris, that was a fast response. I was just getting out my trusty answer sheet... and you were already finished posting! I hope you don't mine, but I'm going to go ahead and post mine as well - it appears to be all the same info, but just another way to state it.
When Bluebook entries are updated, there is a list of tags to explain the most recently updated information.
The list of tags displayed in the Bluebook Entries for List window are:
$: The code’s fee schedule 0 has been updated since you last updated the entry. The new fee is displayed, and a new payment amount is calculated using the new fee information. After you update the bluebook entry and post an additional insurance payment to verify the payment amount, the tag is no longer displayed.
T: Trojan fees are used to update bluebook entries.
CHG: An insurance payment that does not match the entry was posted.
1: The bluebook entry was updated by posting an insurance payment to a patient who is not charged the fee schedule 0 amount.
2: Attempt to update a bluebook entry that has been changed since the associated procedure was posted.
3: Attempt to update a bluebook entry and the % field has been changed since the associated procedure was posted.
4: Attempt to update a bluebook entry and the fee has changed since the associated procedure was posted.
5: Attempt to update a bluebook entry and the fee submitted to the insurance company is not the same as the fee schedule 0 amount.
6: Attempt to update a bluebook entry and the deductible is calculated into the insurance payment amount.
7: Attempt to update a bluebook entry and the bluebook fee is different from the transaction fee.Have a great day!