AngelTrack 2.1 build 278 release notes

Release dates

New releases are always installed during a maintenance window, at 02:00 your local time on Sunday morning.

Early access 2017-Jan-08
All customers 2017-Jan-15

To join the early access program, contact AngelTrack Support at (800) 946-1808.

Improvements and new features

  1. Support for the new primary/secondary 277CA split format, in which carriers return a primary 277CA for the batch (containing initial rejections) and then days later return a secondary 277CA (containing additional rejections). The secondary 277CA usually does not contain the correct batch ID (AUnnnnnn format), and is only loosely correllated with the original batch. Consequently, AngelTrack must carefully track the payor control numbers from the primary 277CA in order to later match up any secondary 277CA(s) that arrive.
  2. The Batch Edit page now includes a table of payment events created by the batch. (These will always be claim payment events.)
  3. Support for charging $0.00 per medically unnecessary mile (A0888 service line). Normally, unnecessary mileage units are priced the same as necessary mileage units... but you can now specify an override price, by visiting the Pricing page and clicking on the "Line Items" tab.
  4. Patient records now have a separate field for the patient's home address apartment number, suite number, or floor.
  5. The "Patient Last Name" filter on the dispatch board is back.
  6. Insurance Payor ID Edit page now shows a grid of all overlapping payor ID records. Overlapping records have the same payor ID (five-letter code) but different carrier names. Edits to any overlapping record are automatically applied to all others.
  7. More support for non-compliant insurance carriers:
    1. Each insurance payor ID now has a configuration checkbox ☑ Requires the alternate provider ID in loop 2010AA segment REF
    2. Each alternate ID now has a configurable qualifier, for carriers who do not accept the standard "G2" qualifier.
    These two new features, together, satisfy the non-compliant requirements of New York State Medicaid. To learn more about alternate provider IDs in AngelTrack, read the Alternate Provider IDs in REF02 Guide.
  8. The Stale Receivables Queue is now capable of batching claims and printing CMS-1500s.

Significant bugfixes

  1. Adding a new employee and ticking the ☑ Already trained and signed-off for wheelchair van checkbox would incorrectly grant the employee a gurney certificate in addition to the wheelchair certificate.
  2. Invoices exported as Microsoft Excel™ XML format did not include any !bang comments (drawn from the invoice's notes field) on the cover worksheet.
  3. The decimal place of the odometer reading at destination was omitted from NEMSIS 3 XML exports.
  4. Grids that offer tag filtering were unable to filter by any tag whose ID number is 33 or higher.
  5. If there are no tags defined, attempting to create one results in an application error.
  6. If all of the following happen within the space of 30 seconds:
    1. Crew member logs in to AngelTrack
    2. Dispatcher assigns an active dispatch to him or her
    3. Crew member attempts to clock in
    ...then AngelTrack will fail to record the timeclock action.
  7. Editing the price of a dispatch in an invoice, using the "Dispatches" tab of the Invoice Edit page, returned an application error on "Save".

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