Setting Up Office Information

This topic includes:

Setting Up Office Contact Information

  1. In Office: Setup, click Office Information.
  2. Record the Office Name.

    The office name cannot be longer than 35 characters.

    This name appears in box 32 on the CMS 1500 form.

  3. Record the Office NPI.
  4. Record the Address.

    You must enter the location’s physical address (not a P.O. Box number) to comply with HIPAA 5010 standards.

    This address appears in box 32 on the CMS 1500 form.

  5. Record the ZIP code.

    Enter the location’s full 9-digit ZIP code (ZIP + 4) to comply with HIPAA standards. Look up ZIP codes at www.usps.com.

  6. Record the City/State.

    This address appears in box 32 on the CMS 1500 form.

  7. Record the Phone and Fax numbers.
  8. If your office has the VSP interface enabled, click + VSP Providers to Resources to pull information for VSP doctors and add them as resources for this office.
  9. To add your company logo to your office information.
    1. Click + Logo, and select an image file of your company logo.
    2. To crop the image, click and drag your cursor inside the uploaded logo, and click Save Crop.

    The logo will appear on all printed materials.

    Company logos must adhere to the following specifications:
    Max Width: 140 pixels
    Max Height: 140 pixels
    Max Size: 128K
    Image Type: .PNG, .JPG, .GIF, .TIF, or .BMP
  10. Click Save.

Setting Up Office Tax Information

  1. In Office: Setup, click Office Information.
  2. Record the Tax ID.
  3. Click the Review link to set up tax rates. For more information, see Setting Up the Multi-Tier Sales Tax Calculator.
  4. If your office is going to charge taxes to patients on copay amounts, select Charge Tax on Copay.
  5. If your state requires that amounts reimbursed from insurance be taxed, select Charge Tax on Receivable.
  6. If you want your patient invoices show the tax broken out by tax authority, select Display Detailed Tax on Patient Receipt. For more information, see Setting Up Company Tax Authorities.
  7. Click Save.

Setting Up Password Expiration

  1. In Office: Setup, click Office Information.
  2. Select a Password Expiration.
    When a user’s password expires, he/she must enter a new password that is different from his/her previous 5 passwords.
  3. Click Save.