Celerian Group Company EDI Enrollment

Celerian Group Company EDI Enrollment: The Internet EDI Enrollment Packet

Celerian Group Company EDI Enrollment Packet should be completed to request an Internet EDI ID necessary to transmit Claim Status Request transactions (ANSI 276) and receive Claim Status Response transactions (ANSI 277), and/or retrieve Electronic Remittances (ANSI 835), via CGS’s public Internet. If retrieving Electronic Remittances (ANSI 835) via an Internet EDI ID is selected, all other access to retrieving Electronic Remittances for the Provider number listed will be terminated.

An Internet EDI ID number is a unique number. An Internet EDI ID can be used to transmit Claim Status Request transactions (ANSI 276) and receive Claim Status Response transactions (ANSI 277), and/or retrieve Electronic Remittances (ANSI 835), via CGS’s public Internet. If retrieving Electronic Remittances (ANSI 835) via an Internet EDI ID is selected, all other access to retrieving Electronic Remittances for the Provider number listed will be terminated. Providers are not permitted to share their personal EDI access number (including Internet EDI ID) or password with:

  • Any billing agent, clearinghouse/network service vendor
  • Anyone on their own staff who does not need to see the data for completion of a valid electronic claim, to process a remittance advice for a claim, to verify beneficiary eligibility or to determine the status of a claim
  • Any non-staff individual or entity The Internet EDI ID and password act as an electronic signature; therefore, the provider would be liable if any entity performed an illegal action while using that Internet EDI ID and password. Likewise, a provider’s Internet EDI ID and password is not transferable, meaning that it may not be given to a new owner of the provider’s operation. New owners must obtain their own Internet EDI ID and password.

The purpose of the Celerian Group Company EDI Enrollment ID Application Form is to enroll providers, software vendors, clearinghouses and billing services as electronic submitters and recipients of claim status inquiry and response files, and/or electronic remittances via CGS’s public Internet. It is important that instructions are followed and that all required information is completed. Incomplete forms will be returned to the applicant, thus delaying processing. An initial Internet EDI ID Application form should be completed to request your Internet EDI ID. A separate request should be completed for each provider you are requesting permission. A signature from the provider’s authorized contact is required before access will be established.

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