Why is the Year Map Red?
The Daysheet report is accessed from the Report screen and should be generated and printed at the end of every day.
The Year Map button is shown on the Reports screen after selecting the Daysheet report. The Year Map is a calendar of the current year.
Question: I know I generated the Daysheet previously, but now the Year Map is red again. Why does this happen?
The Year Map will be red for dates when information has changed. MOGO is letting you know that you need to generate these dates again.
The Year Map will be red if changes are made to the provider, completion date, or fee.
When a payment has been distributed to a different provider the Year Map will be red as follows:
- Year Map for the payment link date will be red whenever payments are distributed to a different provider. Even if the treatment date and payment date are the same, the Year Map will be red for the link date if the payment is distributed to a different provider.
- Year Map for the payment date will be red whenever payments are distributed to a different provider, unless the payment provider is the Practice Provider. If the payment provider is changed (to the Practice Provider, either by the option in Office Setup or by the end-user), the payment date will be red.
If you are using the Participating Plan with Adjustment, the Year Map will be red for the date of the original estimated adjustment when an insurance payment is linked.
If you delete an insurance claim code (e.g., CP-Sent to Blue Cross), or change the date or fee for the insurance claim code, the Year Map will be red. It will also save these changes to the Log File.