adminIdSearch

Retrieves the authorization by the given member ID.

URL
https://secure.healthx.com/api/AuthorizationsV1/Admin/Search/ID
 
HTTP Verb
POST

Parameters
  • ids: A comma separated list of member IDs, SSNs, or AltMemberIDs.
  • begindate: A date in YYYY-MM-DD format.
  • enddate: A date in YYYY-MM-DD format.
  • start: The index of the first record to return (starting with 1).
  • count: The number of records to return (maximum: 100).
  • searchmodifiers: A set of name:value pairs, delimited by the pipe character. The allowable names and values are as follows:
    • idmode: ssn, altmemberid, memberid
    • datefield: DateOfService, RequestDate
    • partialname: true/false
    • memberidpartial: true/false
    • memberidlengthtouse: integer
    • lastname
    • firstname
    • ptlastname
    • ptfirstname
    • dob
    • numberfield: transactionnumber, authnumber
    • statusfield: Decision
    • status
    • inpatoutpat
    • tinfilter
    • tins
    • npis
    • orgproviderid
    • sortdir: ascending, descending (default: ascending)
    • sortfield: claimnum, dosend, dosstart, employeename, employergroupnum, indpatientid, memberid, provname, ptdob, or ptname

   Example Request
      
     <AdminIDSearch>
              <memberids>123</memberids>
              <begindate>1973-01-01</begindate>
              <enddate>2020-01-01</enddate>
              <start>1</start>
              <count>100</count>
              <searchmodifiers>sortfield:claimnum|sortdir:ascending</searchmodifiers>
            </AdminIDSearch>
            

   Example Response
    
       <SearchResults>
              <Records>
                <AuthorizationRecord>
                  <AddDateTime>2009-12-30T00:00:00</AddDateTime>
                  <AdmType>Medical</AdmType>
                  <AfterTheFactFlag>N</AfterTheFactFlag>
                  <AuthComments>Approval by Mary Parker</AuthComments>
                  <AuthNumber>R476984</AuthNumber>
                  <!-- Remaining fields cut for brevity -->
                </AuthorizationRecord>
              </Records>
              <TotalRecordCount>1</TotalRecordCount>
            </SearchResults>
            

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