EDI Claims Codes

EDI LIBC-495 (Notice of Compensation Payable – BWC) EDI LIBC-495 verifies if the Claim Administrator has implemented the changes that would result in the generation of the Notice of Compensation Payable (LIBC-495) based on the following EDI transaction/maintenance type codes: SROI IP SROI PY SROI AP SROI RB SROI 02 SROI CA SROI PD SROI IP 1. Read More →

EDI LIBC-501

EDI LIBC-501 (Notice of Temporary Compensation Payable) The purpose of EDI LIBC-501 is to verify if the Claim Administrator has implemented the changes that would result in the generation of the Notice of Temporary Compensation Payable (LIBC-501) based on the following EDI transaction/maintenance type codes: SROI IP SROI PY SROI AP SROI RB SROI RE SROI 02 SROI PD SROI Read More →

PRV Taxonomy Codes Segment

PRV Taxonomy Codes Segment Description The PRV Taxonomy Codes segment is used to the provider type by a 10-digit identification number known as a Taxonomy-Specialty code.  These codes are used by the health plan’s claim adjudication logic. The X12 standard says this segment is required only if the payer’s adjudication is known to be impacted Read More →

837 CLM Segment

837 CLM Segment Facility Code Values On the 837 claim in the CLM segment in position CLM05-1 you will find facility codes also known as Place of Treatment (POT) codes. Place of Treatment (POT) codes are alpha or numeric codes that indicate where a service was performed. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Read More →

837 Receiver Names

837 Receiver Names Examples 837 Healthcare Claim Receiver Name segment is a common segment across all EDI Transactions. This segment is required and it is qualified with ‘40’ for Receiver. This segment is part of LOOP ID 1000B Receiver name. To learn more  about EDI loops visit our course schedule page to sign up for Read More →

EDI Notice testing

EDI Notice Stopping Temporary (LIBC-502) (BWC EDI testing procedures) We continue a series of posts regarding Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry (BWC) EDI testing procedures. Find below guidelines for Generation of EDI Notice Stopping Temporary Compensation Payable (LIBC-502). The purpose of this process is to verify if the Claim Administrator has implemented the changes that would result in the generation Read More →

BWS EDI Claim

BWS EDI Claim Administrator-specific Match Data Elements BWS EDI Claim Administrator FEIN (DN0187) must be in a valid format & belong to a valid, PA-registered, Third Party Administrator or a PA-licensed Insurer. Insurers who are not registered to administrate on behalf of another Insurer should not have their FEIN in this field if their FEIN is not also Read More →

EDI Information

EDI Information and Data Reporting Guidelines (Commonwealth of Pennsylvania) For Date of Injury, if the employee or other relevant individual providing the data is uncertain about the exact date, use the earliest date about which there is some degree of certainty or the date that you received notice of the accident, whichever is earlier. For Read More →

EDI Reporting Rules

EDI Reporting Rules (BWC – Commonwealth of Pennsylvania) BWC uses IAIABC Claims Release 3.0 standards for all EDI submissions. Data format must be in compliance with the standard data format described in the Systems Rules. Required BWC requires the electronic submission of injury reports as part of its EDI Implementation. For all data and information Read More →

EDI Claims Implementation

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania EDI  Claims Implementation EDI Claims Release provides the electronic transfer of comprehensive injury data and gives significant benefits for Trading Partners and stakeholders. Data submitted through EDI transactions will be integrated with the Workers’ Compensation Automation and Integration System (WCAIS). The WCAIS system provides the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania with the technology to efficiently Read More →