CHICAGO, Dec. 23, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Therap is currently working in Illinois with community service providers to implement the new ROCS Billing option that allows providers to download ROCS’ Fee-for-Service Claim Files, generated on Therap, and Import these FFS Claims directly via FTP Upload to the Illinois Department of Human Services Community Reporting System (DHSCRS). Additional features help to track claims for which ROCS Reports have already been created in order to avoid generating ROCS Report for the same claims.
Illinois provider agencies currently use Therap to meet various documentations needs, including demographics, person-centered individual support plans, care plans and more. Therap’s Billing applications include the ability to collect the necessary information required for submitting billing to the ROCS system such as Funding Source and Service Description code. The new reporting option will further streamline the documentation of service delivery and claims process for providers implementing Therap’s billing software.
Therap’s billing applications automatically export claims in the ANSI X12 837 format. Billing features integrate with the service outcome/goal tracking documentation features to provide excellent audit trails. Billing data can be generated using case notes, attendance data, manual entry, or service outcome/goal tracking documentation with a number of reports and through all steps of the claiming process such as Billable, Submitted, Paid, Rejected, or Denied. Therap also provides codes that link service line items to an external accounting system and general ledger.
Therap’s electronic claim generation process meets the HIPAA Version 5010 standard for electronic claim transactions. Its billing applications allows for daily, weekly and monthly unit capture for billable services with rounding algorithms that calculate an array of time increments. Therap’s billable service tracking modules record services from the point of delivery. The attendance information of individuals receiving a specific type of service is recorded and used to generate billable 837 claims or specialized ROCS FFS Claim Files for Services may range from hourly to daily and are predefined for the individual receiving services.
Therap Services provides secure, web-based documentation, communication and electronic billing services to over 3000 intellectual and developmental disability providers across the United States.