Claims Testing

Claims Testing With UHA Trading Partners Claims testing is a necessary period after an agreement has been reached between the provider and UHA with regard to the submission of claims via EDI. The purpose of the testing is to ensure that the data being generated by the provider’s data processing system meets the technical requirements as specified in Read More →

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Healthcare 276 and 277 Claim Status Request (276) and Claim Status Notification (277) definition Healthcare 276 and 277 EDI transactions described in today’s post refer to HIPAA EDI definitions. The 276 Claim Status Request can be used by a provider to request status of a claim. Key elements used on the request are provider number, patient identifier, Read More →

EDI 5010

EDI 5010 Version Changes EDI 5010 recent updates can influence correspondence in healthcare claims exchange and flow between partners. It is recommended that both parties take part in EDI 5010 updates testing procedures in order to prevent delays or issues in processing your claims cycle. EDI 4010 to EDI 5010 basis The centers for Medicare and Read More →

277 Claim Acknowledgement

277 Claim Acknowledgement  definition 277 Claim Acknowledgement transaction is used by some payer organizations usually for accepted and rejected 837 claims. They are intended to be used in version 5010 to replace proprietary error reporting. The 277 Claim Acknowledgement will be sent for each accepted or rejected transaction and will contain a claim number. This approach Read More →

UnitedHealthcare EDI

UnitedHealthcare EDI requirements for Claim Status Inquiry & Response Transactions UnitedHealthcare EDI 276 transaction (Health Care Claim Status Inquiry) is used to inquire about the status of a claim after it has been sent to a payer. UnitedHealthcare EDI 277 transaction (Health Care Claim Status Response) is used to respond to a request inquiry about the status of Read More →