This course is designed as a continuation
for someone who has completed our Fundamentals Level II series or
has an equivalent skill set. The Fundamental series focuses on the
data access tool components (multiples, control structures macros,
etc.) while this Financial/BAR series focuses on report topics (account
balance, month end, statistics etc.) reporting.
While the Fundamental series is not a prerequisite for taking
these courses you will need to understand how to use the various
access tools presented in the corresponding Fundmanental level.
See the Fundmentals Level II for more info. Link Here: Fundmentals
| Trial Balance Reporting
|Patient Transaction Reporting
You will need to report on things at the transaction
level. The transactions in BAR.PAT are not stored by date so you
will need to know some special techniques to get the report done.
|Daily and Monthly Statistics Reportng
Lets face it, it will not be too long before someone
asks you for a statistics report of some kind. Here we cover the
issues and challenges of daily and monthly reporting
This one was important in Level I and it still is. Only now it's
more complicated because specifications call for details that
are not stored in the revenue statistics DPM's.
|Trial Balance Reporting
What better way to understand the period end reporting process
than by doing our own trial balance. However, we do it by insurance
for a little variation.
|Period End Reporting
Monthly reporting is so standard you need ways to deal with it.
Patients don't get discharged just because it's month end and
so you will have to write reports where the billing data spans