The relevant columns are:
Col B (Member#)
Col E (Proc Code)
Col G (Paid Date)
Col H (Begin Date)
Col I (End Date)
Col K (Paid $)
Col M (Provider#).
I have it in setup in pivot table to display by Provider# and Member# and then it lists the Proc Codes, Begin Date, End Date, Paid Date and Paid $. I am having trouble figuring out how to isolate the data I want.
For each unique pairing of Member # (Col B) and Provider # (Col M); I need to identify Proc codes (column E) whereby Proc code D2950 is present BUT for the same Member# | Provider# pairing there's no value of D2740. In other words, I'm trying to detail and sum the Paid $ for all pairings where only D2950 is present but ignore the pairing when D2740 is also present.
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