Create an account
Name three things to remember when doing manual bookkeeping?
use black or blue pen, write neatly, use grid line paper
What is an "accounts receivable trial balance?"
a report that shows any differences between daily journal and ledger
What are the parts of a "pegboard" system?
also known as write-it-once system, consists of day sheets, ledger cards, charge slips
when the physician accepts assignment from an insurance company as full payment and the charge was more, entered in the CREDIT column
Define a traveler's check.
available at most banks and are easier than cash, convenient and safer to use when traveling
What is a voucher's check?
a check with a stub attached that can be used to indicate invoice dates (has detailed reason check is drawn, commonly used in payroll checks
How is an encounter form used?
also called "super bills," can be used for insurance reimbursement, this is a charge slip that has their name, acct number, date of service, procedures performed with charges and future appointment information
What is petty cash?
money in the office to be used for unexpected expenses, make change for patient payments on account
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