The following options are available by navigating to File > Maintenance & Reports > Daily tab. If you are looking for information on any of the other tabs, please see our Maintenance & Reports Overview article.
The Daily Billing Report lists all the items invoiced on a particular day.
The report can be printed by clicking on the Printer icon. In a multi-doctor practice, you can select the Provider to display just that doctor's billing for the day. The Show Reversals checkbox allows you to display or hide credits. To view the billing for previous days, click the date arrows or select the date in the popup calendar.
Please Note: If you view billing from previous days, then the Payment column does not necessarily correspond to what was actually received on the day the invoice was created. The Payment column is showing what has been receipted against the item at any time since it was originally invoiced.
Daily Banking Report:
This report is used for printing off banking reports for the practice. For more information on the features of this report, please see our Using the Daily Banking Report article.
Daily Transaction Report:
The Daily Transaction Report displays all transactions for that day including invoices, receipts, credits, and reversals. This report can display all transactions or just transactions involving a particular doctor. Individual provider reports will also include any assistant fees.
Allows you to create, print and receipt manual Medicare/DVA batches. Please see our Manual Batching article for further instructions.
Bulk Bill/DVA Transmission:
This feature allows you to create and receipt off your electronic Medicare/DVA claims. For more information on how to best utilise this feature, please see our Bulk Bill and DVA Online Claiming article.
Patient Claims Transmission:
This feature is used when you do not transmit your patient claims in Real-Time. Please see our Creating Patient Claims article for more information.
ECLIPSE IMC Transmission:
Allows you to create transmissions for sending Immunisation records to the Australian Immunisation Register (AIR).
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