What is the master file of Payments, Charges, and Adjustments?
What are the detail activities performed on an ETR record?
Claims, Bills, NRP, Edit, Void, Matching Information
What causes new TDL Records?
Payments, Charges, and Adjustments
What Actions cause new TDL records?
Claims, Bills, NRP, Voids, Matching Information
What is a void?
A void unmatches a transaction, and cancels out all outstanding amounts leaving a net outstanding amount of $0. A void indicates the charge or payment was a mistake. Charges can only be voided, while payments can be voided or reversed.
What is a reversal?
A reversal also indicates a mistake, but can only be performed on a payment. A reversal umatches the payment, and then posts a specific debit adjustment which is matched to the payment for the exact opposite amount of the payment
What are the payment detail types?
2, 5, 11, 20, 22, 32, 33
What the Credit detail types?
4, 6, 13, 21, 23, 30, 31
If you wanted to look for detail types under grouped by 15 unique columns, which table would you use?
What is the difference between Post_Date and Orginal_Post_Date and when would you use them?
Post Date is any action that takes place on the charge after the Original Post Date
What is the Service Date and how is different than the post date?
The Service Date is when the service took place and the post date is when the action on the transaction took place.
Can a voided payment happen any time after a payment?
No, a void can only happen on the same day as the payment
What matching records would you use for a Credit Adjustment?
21, 23, 30, 31
What matching records would you use for a payments?