On Hold Payment from CTD

On Hold Payment from CTD

You can view and complete posting by following these steps: 
* Start in the claim transaction detail screen for the claim
* Click on one of the bold lines that is labelled (on hold)
* Then click the Go To Payment button in the upper right corner of the screen
* This will take you to the batch that is on hold
* A payment poster should review and save the check to post
* Allow a few minutes for processing then go back to the claim transaction detail screen to see the final result.
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