Thursday, August 28, 2008

New Jersey Medicare converting to Highmark Medicare Services

New Jersey Medicare electronic claims through RelayHealth will stop going to Riverbend and will be transmitted to Highmark Medicare Services on September 2nd 2008.

  • Riverbend will receive their last claim file on August 28th 2008.
  • All claims sent to RelayHealth from August 30th - September 2nd are observed as Dark Days which means that in a work week (Monday - Friday) claims will not be transmitted to Medicare.
  • September 2nd 2008 Claims will be routed to Highmark Medicare Services
  • September 3rd 2008 Highmark Medicare Services will begin their first payment cycle
EDI Agreement are required but providers already transmitting with EDI agreements do not need to complete a new agreement. If you are already setup with Electronic Remittance Advice (ERA) you do not need to complete another EDI Agreement.

CPID# will remain 5503

Please be aware of the claims processing dates and the down days as this will delay your insurance payments.

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