Property Values

Property Values are system values that will be used throughout TRAKnet. These are the “pieces” of data that the practice utilizes throughout the software. A majority of this information is pre-loaded and cannot be modified with the exception of billing Modifiers and custom Multimedia Folders. Property Values are found on the properties tab.

Marketing Referrals

Marketing Referrals are the property value that populates the "Marketing Referral" portion of the patient's demographics. On default, TRAKnet contains the following:

  • Direct Mail
  • Insurance
  • Internet
  • Newspaper
  • Patient
  • Provider
  • Radio
  • TV
  • Yellow Pages

These fields are meant to answer the question of "how did the patient hear about us?" To add a custom marketing referral entry, click the green Add button under the Properties tab > Property Values > Marketing Referral screen.

Modifiers

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To add a Modifier, select Modifiers from the list of Property Values, then click the green “Add” button in the upper left-hand corner of the screen. This will open the Modifier window.

  • Value/Code – The value or code that is used to identify the modifier, such as 25 or KX.
  • Description – The text that will describe that modifier value.

After entering the above information, click Save.

Multimedia Folders

Multimedia Folders are the folders that appear under the Multimedia tab of the Patient's Chart. TRAKnet will come preloaded with the following folders:

  • Statements — All statements generated through TRAKnet for a patient will be saved here as a .pdf, settings permitting (see: Options)
  • Labs — Lab results can be saved here.
  • X-Rays — X-rays can be saved here.

To add a new multimedia folder, select Multimedia folders from the list of Property Values, then click the green "Add" button. This will open a Property Value editor window where the below information will be entered:

  • Value/Code — The name of the new folder.
  • Description — Optional, a description of the folder's desired contents.

To delete a folder, select the folder you wish to delete, then click Remove. Note: This will not delete the folder from existing patients in an effort to ensure no PHI is deleted. It will, however, prevent the folder from being added to all future patient's charts.

To rename a folder, select the folder, then click Modify. Here you can enter a new name. The above note applies to renaming folders as well. Note that folders cannot be renamed with invalid characters: / \ : * ? " < > |

System Values

All other values under Property Values cannot be modified or added to. These are used throughout the system when setting preferences and settings elsewhere. These are:

  • Claim Adjustment Group Codes
  • Claim Adjustment Reason Codes
  • Delay Reason Code
  • Employment Status
  • Insurance Type Code
  • Marital Status
  • Medicare Secondary Insurance Code
  • Patient Relationship
  • Patient Signature Source Code
  • Payment Sources
  • Provider Adjustments
  • Release of Information Code
  • Security Questions
  • Source of Payment
  • Special Program Code
  • Student Status
  • Taxonomy Code
  • Type of Claim Indicator
  • Type of Documentation
  • Type of Service
  • UB04 Condition Codes
  • UB04 Occurrence Codes
  • UB04 Occurrence Span Codes
  • UB04 Patient Discharge Status Codes
  • UB04 Point of Origin for Admission Codes
  • UB04 Priority of Visit Codes
  • UB04 Type of Bill
  • UB04 Type of Bill Codes
  • UB04 Type of Bill Frequency Codes
  • UB04 Value Codes

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