@juggernautsei @stephenwaite I’m generally hesitant to change behaviors in work flows because most likely, there is a reason it is done in the first place. The reason the default rendering provider in fee sheet was set to encounter provider is because that is where claims gets rendering provider for claims processing. By setting default to logged in user, fee sheet user will not know which claims rendering provider is currently set. This is why I think I should go back to original behavior.
Concerning changing rendering in fee sheet and not seeing change in X12, I’ve tested in current master and seems to be working on that version, however, I have noticed if Billing manager is open and fee sheet as well and changes are made in fee sheet, you must update billing manager list to see changes. Also, though should not effect rendering, Insurance numbers is out of date or incorrect for provider
So summing up, my current understanding of rendering provider behavior is: on fee sheet open the rendering provider is set to the encounter provider and if changed then the encounter provider is updated to new rendering provider which allows claims processing to use correct rendering provider which, after all, encounter provider is the rendering provider for claims.
Disclaimer: I’m never surprised if I happen to be wrong concerning billing Please correct me if I’m wayward here.