|1.||To configure the program options, select Setup Options in the main menu.|
The "Options" menu
Alternatively, you can click on the "Setup" button located on the main toolbar.
The "Setup" button
|2.||The following screen will appear.|
The "Setup" window
You can configure the options:
Detailed descriptions to follow.
3. Once you have finished editing the options, click "Save."
In order to prevent the duplicate processing of files, the HIPAA Claim Master can move or delete files after they have been processed. Since the HIPAA Claim Master program can be launched by the Window's scheduler (see Running the Application via Scheduler), it is important to either move or delete processed files, so that they will not be picked up again. You have the choice to either do nothing, move the processed files to a specific folder or delete the files:
|•||Leave in Place — Select this option to do nothing with processed files.|
Tip: This option is not recommended.
|•||Move — Select this option to move the processed files to a specified folder.|
|•||Delete — Select this option to delete the processed files.|
|•||Keep a log of every file processed — Determines whether the log entry should be created for each file processed. By default, the log is only active in command line use (without human interaction.) If you want a log entry created for each manual processing, except viewing on screen, place a check mark here. See also: Accessing Daily File Log.|
|•||Never Check for Update — To check the HIPAA Claim Master version update, uncheck the "Never Check for Update" check box. If the check box is unchecked, the application will automatically look for the new version available and a pop up window displayed. On selecting the new version, the application will get updated to the current version available. The lower right corner of the application window displays information including alerts on version updates. |
The message on the bottom bar
Print Additional Pages
There may be additional pages with data that have no representation on the standard forms.
This option determines whether the additional pages with either COB information or segments with additional information that have no representation on the standard forms should be printed on either paper or image files. This option helps you save paper. If you only need the main claim form, there is no need to print 2 extra sheets.
If you only need the main claim form, there is no need to print these two (2) extra sheets, in this case, leave the following options unckecked to save your paper.
|•||Additional Info — There may be additional pages with segments containing additional information that have no representation on the standard forms. If this option is checked, then these additional pages will be printed on paper and image files. |
|•||COB Info — There may be additional pages containing COB information that have no representation on the standard forms. If this option is checked, then the additional pages will be printed on paper and image files. |
This section of the setup window is concerned with the output colors. You have the choice to render the form in red or in black. The form background can be set to red to make the form visually more appealing and to allow the use of a color filter for OCR software. The color can be selected for the following media:
Note: The data is always black.
|•||On Screen — Choose a color for the form when displaying claims on screen.|
|•||On Paper — Choose a color for the form when printing claims.|
Outbox Directory Path
Define the destination folder where the result files will be stored.