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How to create an Invoice

Choose the invoice type and click on the link in the invoices menu above to get to the invoice form.

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Much of this form is self explanatory. Medicnet provides a shared database of referring providers which you can access for your invoices. To import the referring provider into the invoice, just start typing their name in the box, then when they appear, use your arrow keys to scroll down and select their name, hit enter and they will be imported into the invoice. If you can not find your referrer in the list then you can add a new one by clicking the 'add new provider' link under the box.
Updates to the referrer details are done by Medicnet. Use the contact form to provide any detail corrections and updates.

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Then import the Hospital.

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For anaesthetic invoices, the same applies for the basic item number for the service. You can either start typing the name of the service:

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Or type the region of the body the procedure was done in to choose from a list of options:

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If you have invoiced the patient before, you can import their details from your previous invoice using the search and import past patients field.

Once the invoice is complete, save it. If you have not got all the information, don't worry, you can edit it later.

There may be problems with it, for example:

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If so, edit the invoice and fix them, then you will be ready to do the online patient verification by clicking on the link.

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Now, you are ready to send the invoice, again by clicking on the link. That's it, it's gone. You can download and print the lodgement advice via the link circled below

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If it's a fund only invoice, there is nothing more to do. In the (likely) event that the fund accepts your claim, the payment will be made by the fund and reported back into your MedicNet database.

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If there is a component of the invoice that needs to go to the patient, then you will need to click on the link circled below to download it as a pdf file, print it out and send it. You'll need to include your own payment instructions unless you use MedicNet's integrated transactional banking.

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