What is the payer ID for VA?

What is the payer ID for VA?

VA’s Payer ID numbers are: CLFM1 for medical claims. 276 / 270 for medical claims status and eligibility status.

How do I bill the VA for medical services?

You can pay online, by phone, in person at your local VA medical facility, or by mail.

  1. Online: Pay directly from your bank account, by debit card, or credit card at the Pay.gov website.
  2. By Phone: 888-827-4817.
  3. In Person: Pay at your local VA Medical Center Agent Cashier’s Office.

How do I file a VA medical claim?

How do I file my claim?

  1. File your claim by mail using an Application for Disability Compensation and Related Compensation Benefits (VA Form 21-526EZ).
  2. You can work with a trained professional called an accredited representative to get help filing a claim for disability compensation.
  3. Find out what happens after you file.

Where do providers send VA claims?

If you are unable to submit claims and documentation electronically, community providers will now mail paper claims to: VHA Office of Community Care P.O. Box 30780 Tampa, FL 33640-3780, the new single Community Care address for central processing (see Slide 9 for exceptions).

What is the TriWest payer ID?

They may have a proprietary ID for you to use prior to submitting claims to PGBA, LLC (HNFS’ partner for claims processing). TRICARE West Region Payer ID: 99726. Note: If your clearinghouse is Change Healthcare, the West Region payer ID is SCWI0 for professional claims and 12C01 for institutional claims.

Can you bill TriWest and Medicare?

Always bill TriWest if you have a TriWest authorization, even if the Veteran also has Medicare, Medicaid, or TRICARE.

Can you bill a VA patient?

VA is required by law to bill private health insurance carriers for medical care, supplies and prescriptions provided for treatment of Veterans’ nonservice-connected conditions.

What’s a veteran health identification card and how Will I use it?

What’s a Veteran Health Identification Card, and how will I use it? When you’re enrolled in VA health care, you’ll use your Veteran Health Identification Card (VHIC) to check in to your appointments at VA medical centers.

What is the blue button on the VA EHR?

This can include both self-entered information and data from the VA Electronic Health Record. The Blue Button feature allows Veterans to access and download their information into a very simple text file or PDF that can be read, printed, or saved on any computer.

How do I submit a VA care agreement to the VA?

Veterans Care Agreement Submit to VA: Electronic Data Interchange (EDI): Payer ID for medical claims is 12115. Payer ID for dental claims is 12116. If electronic capability isn’t available, providers can submit claims by mail. MEDICAL & DENTAL. VHA Office of Community Care P.O. Box 30780 Tampa, FL 33630-3780. Local Contract Submit to VA

How do I get a replacement VA ID card?

You can request a replacement card at the VA medical center where you had your picture taken. You’ll need to bring your driver’s license, passport, or other government ID or be able to answer a series of challenge questions so we can verify your identity before we give you a new card.


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