The reimbursement rate changes for Incontinence Supply Management Program products scheduled to take effect May 17, 2017, have been postponed until further notice. Current reimbursement rates are still in effect. For questions about the Incontinence Supply Management Program, contact the Bureau of Medical Review at 1-800-342-3005 or by email at OHIPMEDPA@health.ny.gov.
April 25, 2017
Attention: 2017 DME Procedure Codes Section and Fee Schedule
Please note, the procedure codes section and fee schedule of the DME manual has been updated for May 1, 2017. Any changes reflected in the manual are effective for dates of service beginning May 1, 2017. Questions related to policy or coverage guidelines can be directed to the Office of Health Insurance Program's Division of Operations and Systems at OHIPMedPA@health.ny.gov. Billing related questions can be directed to eMedNY at (800) 343-9000.
Attention:Incontinence Supply Management Program Update
Current proposed reductions in incontinence supply fees that were effective for dates of service on or after February 15, 2017 have been postponed until March 15, 2017. Additional information and guidance will be issued prior to effective date.
For questions about the Incontinence Supply Management Program, contact the Bureau of Medical Review at 1-800-342-3005 or by email at OHIPMEDPA@health.ny.gov.
February 14, 2017
Attention: NEW Provider Communication added for DME providers
HealthHelp (NYS Medicaid Radiology Prior Approval Services) has released their Winter 2016 Provider Survey. HealthHelp uses this survey to improve their programs, revise processes, and to ensure a better provider experience.
Please take a moment to complete the survey at the following link:
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.
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