Detailed information regarding a claim and its associated transactions can be viewed by clicking into the blue “details” link associated with each claim. This screen, along with the claim transaction csv export discussed above, includes the following data points:
- Transaction ID. This is a Foothold assigned number to uniquely identify the claim transaction.
- Transaction Date. This is the date that the transaction occurred, according to the data provided by the payer on the remittance advice.
- Import Date. This is the date that the remittance was imported into FCM.
- Transaction Type. This field provides more information on the kind of transaction that occurred. Possible transaction types include “payment posted”, “denial code posted”, or a user initiated status update.
- Remit Code. This code provides more information regarding the reason the claim was denied and is provided by the source of the remittance.
- Remark Code. This code provides more information regarding the reason the claim was denied and is provided by the source of the remittance.
- Payer Control Number. This is a remittance source assigned number used to identify this exact transaction in their system of record.
- Check Number. This is the number of the paper check or EFT that will contain the payment associated with this claim transaction.
- Statement Number. This is the number of the FCM-generated CMA billing statement that includes this claim transaction.