HIS Transmission Report

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HIS (HOSPICE ITEM SET) TRANSMISSION REPORT <returntomenu>menu ↑<returntomenu>

You have a new report called "HIS Transmission Report" that displays within the Report menu options. This report provides you with a listing of HIS (Hospice Item Set) documents that you create, type of document (Start of Care or Discharge) along with type of record (new, modified or voided). Additionally, you will see the number of days it took to send the data based on the Start of Care date or the Discharge Date as listed within the document. The report also shows you the total number of Admission and Discharge documents completed and if they were or were not submitted timely. The Send Delay is the days it takes the interface vendor we use to submit the HIS to CMS from the time the agency created the transmission file.

You can create this report by going to

  1. Reports
  2. HIS Transmission Report

AGENCY <returntomenu>menu ↑<returntomenu>

Select the drop down <btn>   All Items Checked  ▾ <btn> to the right of Agency to choose your agenc(ies).

TRANSMISSION FROM TO  <returntomenu>menu ↑<returntomenu>

Enter Transmission From/To dates for the reporting timeframe you need

Select the <btn>   Search   <btn> button

FILTER <returntomenu>menu ↑<returntomenu>

Select the drop down <btn>   All       ▾   <btn> under Record Type to filter by record type

Select the drop down <btn>   All       ▾   <btn> under Reason Type to filter by reason type.

REPORTS <returntomenu>menu ↑<returntomenu>

Information displays on the screen based on the your date range. Prior to creating the report, you can further filter the information by the type of record as well as reason (SOC or Discharge). After you completed filtering all the information, you can print the report as follows:

HIS Transmission <btnw>   PDF     ▾  <btnw> includes:

HIS Transmission Report <btnw>   Spreadsheet     ▾  <btnw> includes:

Select the <btn>   Export   <btn> button

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