AngelTrack 2.0 build 227 (2015-07-25) release notes

The following features, bugfixes, and changes are present in this build:

Improvements and new features

  1. AngelTrack has always been extremely conservative in how patient documents are shared across dispatches. Other than PCS and PAN, only documents from the current day will automatically appear in a patient's run report. Things like face sheets and medication lists must be collected fresh each transport.

    Starting in this build, the rules for automatic document sharing are liberalized, and are now under the control of the AngelTrack administrator. The following document types now persist for 60 days (or whatever length of time you configure using Preferences), automatically appearing in all relevant dispatches:

    To learn more about automatic sharing of patient documents across dispatches, read the Documents guide. And remember that DNR documents and DNR revocations already persist across multiple dispatches according to special rules, discussed in the aforementioned help text.

  2. Price schemas can now include negative prices, for situations where an affiliate or facility receives a credit rather than a charge. This is for use by call centers that delegate calls to multiple EMS operations, charging for stretcher calls yet paying for wheelchair calls.
  3. Can now use Quick Start to modify AngelTrack's starting dispatch ID, so that AngelTrack's dispatch IDs pick up where your old software left off. The value can be changed at any time, though it cannot be set lower than any existing dispatch ID already in the system.
  4. ANSI 5010 / 837P generation is now integrated into the Insurance Filing Queue. A new Coding page can be launched from the queue to review the EDI fields and select the ICD10 codes and modifiers.
  5. There is now a built-in list of ambulance-related ICD-10 codes. The the biller can choose from the list, using the new Coding page.
  6. Patient record now store a policyholder DOB for primary and secondary insurance, where the "Patient relation to policyholder" is not equal to "Self".
  7. The PCR now requires the following additional fields to be filled-in for insurable calls, before allowing them to be sent to QA:
    1. Patient weight
    2. Primary insurance policyholder DOB if "Patient relation to policyholder" is not "Self"
    3. Secondary insurance policyholder DOB if "Patient relation to policyholder" is not "Self"
  8. Missing Demographics Queue now flags patients who are missing the three aforementioned fields, all needed for EDI billing.

Significant bugfixes