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0. Key Performance Indicators and Practice Metrics

1. Compare Insurance Company Net Collections, Profits, Charge Backs & VSP Lab Charges

2. Track Sales by Dispensers and Source

3. Track Sales by Product Categories (for Frame Reps and Buyers)

4. Analyze Daily Services and Product Sales

5. Analyze Sales w/Monthly Comparisons

6. "Trunk Show" & Patient Marketing

7. Research Patient & Insurance Charges & Payments Received

8. Track Frame and Lens Lab Orders and Notify Patients

9. Easily View & Analyze with Graphs

10. Audit Appointment, Pre-appointment, No Show and Cancelled Results - Audit Fee Slips that are Recorded

11. Analyze Payments Applied to Groups and Codes

12. Compare Provider Productivity by Codes Billed

13. Patient Charges Never Recorded and Patient & Insurance Receivables

  • 1030 - Patient Accounts Receivable
  • 1035 - Insurance Company Accounts Receivable
  • 1040 - Patient ExamWRITER and Lab Order Open Charges

14. Product & Services Setup Listings

15. Audit Financial & Inventory Adjustments, Deleted Payments, Fee Slip Postings and Electronic Insurance Claims

16. Track Who Purchased Frames and Contact Lenses

17. ExamWRITER®

18. Inventory

19. Analysis Reports for Managed Care Managers

20. eyeReports By Request

#450 - Review Fee Slip Details, Patient Open Charges and Voided Fee Slips

Listing with Assigned Dispensers and Providers on each Fee Slip Line item

Save time by using this report to find fee slip posting errors. This report allows you to quickly review all fee slips that do not have Staff or Providers assigned to the individual line items on a Fee Slip. These names are used for assigning all sales to the respective names. In addition, staff commission calculations are based on these line items.

For more information on this eyeReport, watch our 5 minute video!

You can get a listing of only the Fee Slips that have Staff Names missing by using the filter "Blank" available on the Staff Name field.

The report is set up with easy to use column filters
Select "blank" from the column filter to show all with a missing name