Final - Group Project - Narrative overview of system...

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Narrative overview of system objective a) Flow diagram to graphically describe the process and / or data flow. i) Front Office with charges for supplies ii) Vital Signs with charges for supplies b) Database scheme including tables i) Doctors data base with access to patient records ii) Procedures Flow diagram to graphically describe the process and / or data flow Database schema including tables , data, columns, data types, primary keys, relationships between data tables ( MS Access) Detailed entry screen design including validation rules and access controls Sample screen mock up (MS Acces) Sample report mock –ups ( MS Access)
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Provide a brief description of management and audit reports required. Management Billing and Account Receivables Compliance Contracting & Credentialing Practice Administration Tax & Accounting Information Technology Accountants Receivable Amount Received Customer Co-Payment Out of pocket expense
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Insurance Companies Customer Insurance Write-Off
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Description of manual and system controls as part of procedures (including assurance of proper transmissions to Accounts receivable system) The patient visit begins with check in the patient has to fill out forms and pay their co pay. Controls that will be implemented here are the patient will retrieve a receipt of their payment and a receipt will be sent to Accounts receivable department. There will also be a separation of duties here the person who takes the co – pay is not the same one that sends the receipt to AR to make sure transactions are double checked. Another control that will be put in
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