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Wednesday
Feb052014

« Medicaid Billing Workshop at the Pacific Northwest Dental conference »

The Adult Medicaid Program was reinstated this past January, and we are encouraging all members to become familiar with the Medicaid claim process.  When you attend the Medicaid Billing Workshop at the Pacific Northwest Dental conference, Ms. Dianne Buam will walk you through the registration process using Provider One, show you how to manage the account, and how to bill claims to the Health Care Authority.
 
Learning objectives for the workshop include:
• Gain a Medicaid overview: what is medical assistance, the acronyms used, what eligibility programs are available, foster children claim history, and life cycle of a claim

• Discover how to use Provider One successfully: manage users, direct data entry claims, commercial secondary claims, saving claims, build and use a template, file maintenance, enroll a new rendering provider

• Review the billing processes: check patient eligibility, claim status inquiry, billing timely and the TCN, adjust or void a paid claim, resubmit a denied claim, system authorization, obtain the remittance advice
 
Register here for the Pacific Northwest Dental Conference and choose the Medicaid Billing Workshop to attend.

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