ATTENTION: MEDICAID NOW REQUIRES ALL BILLING PROVIDERS TO REGISTER FOR ELECTRONIC FUNDS TRANSFER (EFT) PAYMENTS AND EITHER ELECTRONIC REMITTANCE ADVICE (ERA) OR PDF REMITTANCES.
Billing providers who have not registered for EFT and ERA or PDF remittances will not be allowed to re-certify their Electronic Transmitter ID Number (ETIN). When the ETIN expires a provider's claims will be rejected by eMedNY. It is therefore very important that providers who have not registered for EFT and ERA or PDF remittances do so right away. Waiting for your ETIN to approach expiration will jeopardize your payments.
Complete the EFT Form
Complete the ERA/PDF Form
Please read the EFT Form instructions carefully.
- An original voided check or original signed and notarized letter from your bank is required.
- The tax number entered on the form must match the tax number for the provider NPI on the form.
- Be sure to complete all fields.
- Only original signed forms will be processed.
- NOTE: Instead of filling out the EFT Authorization Form above, you can complete the form online at: https://portal.emedny.org/provider/
Please read theERA/PDF Form instructions carefully.
- Before submitting this form providers must be registered for either an eMedNY eXchange in-box or be registered for an FTP account with eMedNY.
- To register for an eXchange in-box the provider must be enrolled in ePACES.
- The ePACES account name is the same one used for eXchange.
- FTP users must have submitted a Security Packet B to establish the FTP account before submitting the ERA/PDF Request form.
- PDF remittances look like the paper remit but are delivered via the eXchange in-box. ERAs delivered via either eXchange or FTP requires software to interpret the HIPAA-formatted information.
- NOTE: Instead of filling out the Electronic or PDF Remittance Advice Request Form above, you can complete the form online at: https://portal.emedny.org/provider/
ATTENTION: The ICD-10 Compliance Date is October 1, 2015
Are you ready?
eMedNY ICD-10 TESTING IS CURRENTLY OPEN
Don't delay and test today!
On July 28, 2014 eMedNY opened the Provider Testing Environment for submitters to test Medicaid claims with ICD-10 diagnosis codes and hospital claims that utilize ICD-10 procedure codes.
For more more information on what ICD-10 compliance means to you, how to test, and find answers to frequently asked questions, visit https://www.emedny.org/icd/index.aspx