March 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- MacPractice provided a free update last week to all MacPractice MD, DC, DDS and 20/20 users who are required by Medicare to use the CMS 1500
(02/12) printed claim form.
It provides a wide range of cost- and time-saving features, including pre-configured support for the latest CMS 1500
and UB04 claims forms, ICD-9 and ICD-10 code databases and the HIPAA-compliant 5010 electronic data interchange (EDI) export format specified by CMS.
The seminar featured a panel of leading Personal Injury Protection attorneys who addressed the future of Personal Injury Protection insurance, the Medicare fee schedule and the application of the Outpatient Prospective Payment System (OPPS) to radiology and MRI charges, the properly completed CMS 1500
Health Insurance Claims Form, recent legal precedent, and the legislative process that led to the most recent statute being passed.
The codes can be reported on either paper-based CMS 1500
forms or electronic 837-P claims.
CalDocs' Health Services version of its Satellite Scan Station (SSS) software will add support for medical forms including UB-92, HCFA 1450, CMS 1500
Professional Medical claim estimation for a CMS 1500
Work with vendor to upgrade your claims submission system to support new CMS 1500
form and electronic data interchange (EDI) format.
The new CMS 1500
claim form has been updated to accommodate and implement the ICD-10-CM diagnosis code set.
Any CMS 1500
claims for medications administered in outpatient settings will be denied if they do not include the NDC and Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System code," said David Swenson, RPh and Chief Clinical Officer at IntelliDOT.
The improvements and enhancements that have been incorporated in the portal, such as expanded processed claim and remittance reports and the ability to view the CMS 1500
form, directly respond to the needs of the physician practices we serve," said Sarah Drake, vice president of EZClaim, a beta user of the new version.
Consult A Doctor makes it easy by automatically generating receipts and CMS 1500
forms for documentation reimbursement.
RICHARDSON, Texas -- GTESS Corporation, a healthcare claims transaction technology provider, today announced the extension of its automated claim processing platform to include the new UB-04 claim form, which is the most recent release in a series of mandated claim processing changes this year, including the CMS 1500
form and the roll-out of the new National Provider Index (NPI).