IEHP 5010 837I Institutional Claim Transaction Basics IEHP 5010 837I Institutional Claim requirements are given below for providers submitting health care claims to IEHP via EDI Network and for those who are intended to start EDI exchange with IEHP. Clearinghouse/IEHP Direct Providers Submitting Claim Data Clearinghouses are largely used as an intermediary for fee-for-service Providers, hospitals, and other Providers submitting Read More →

Encounter Identification (IEHP Provider EDI Requirements) To aid in Encounter Identification, plans must use the HCP number of the plan that the beneficiary was enrolled in at the time of the encounter as the first three characters of CLM01. In accordance with X12 837 Professional data specification rules, unless the encounter is a void or replacement, CLM01 must Read More →

IEHP EDI Network Testing Basics And DHCS Duplicate Logic IEHP EDI Network Providers will be required to submit test files to ensure the submitter’s systems are properly configured for data submission. Before exchanging production transactions, each plan must complete testing to become certified. This process allows IEHP EDI Network to confirm that the DHCS operational guidance has been properly programmed Read More →

837 Health Care Claim Technical Procedures And Infrastructure (IEHP Provider Network) 837 Health Care Claim: Professional Transaction must be transmitted by business partners to IEHP by connecting to the IEHP Network. They go from the Internet through a Virtual Private Network (VPN) tunnel to the IEHP Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) Server. In standard software-to-hardware VPN connections, VPN client Read More →

EDI Files Timeframe And Schedules For IEHP EDI Providers EDI Files processing schedules and timelines must be adhered to for IEHP COB plans. These schedules include: Eligibility Data File Transmission Schedule, Encounter Data File Due Date Schedule, Capitation Data File Transmission Schedule. Eligibility data files are placed on the Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) server. A full monthly file is Read More →

Medicare EDI Service Overview And Advantages Medicare EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) is the computer-to-computer electronic exchange of business documents using standard format. Medicare EDI gives you the ability to transmit Electronic Media Claims (EMC) to Medicare in a Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) compliant format. The acceptable HIPAA compliant format is the American Read More →

TMHP Electronic Billing Setting up Access, Training TMHP Electronic Billing all software vendors and billing agents to complete EDI testing before access to the production server is allowed. Providers must setup their software or billing agent services to access the TMHP EDI Gateway. Providers who use billing agents or software vendors should contact those organizations for information Read More →

TMHP EDI Claims Submission Methods TMHP EDI Claims from providers can be submitted either using software (to submit files directly to TMHP) or they may use a billing agent (i.e., billing companies, vendors, or clearinghouses) that submits files on the provider’s behalf. TMHP EDI Claims Submission – Software Providers that intend to use TMHP’s electronic Read More →

TMHP EDI Overview and Advantage of Electronic Services (Texas Medicaid & Healthcare Partnership) TMHP EDI program and the Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) encourage providers to submit claims and other requests electronically. Providers can participate in the most efficient and effective method of submitting requests to TMHP by submitting through the TMHP Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) Read More →

HIPAA 837 Transaction IEHP Business Scenarios (Examples) and Frequently Asked Questions HIPAA 837 Transaction IEHP Business Scenarios described will be useful for partners Submitting HIPAA 837 Transaction to IEHP. Example 1- IPA Submitting Institutional Encounter Data Encounter data must be submitted by IPAs for all covered services provided to assigned Capitated members. Covered services include PCP visits Read More →