AHCCCS Claims Clues

Claims Clues is a newsletter produced periodically by the AHCCCS Claims Department for Fee-For-Service (FFS) providers. It provides information about the following:

  • Changes to the program
  • System changes and updates
  • Billing policies and requirements

Additional information can be found in the Encounter Keys newsletter.

2014

September 2014 [PDF]

  • Electronic Remit Notice
  • Medical Records on VOID Claims
  • Health Plan CTYPRI
  • APR-DRGs Are Here!

System Notice September 2014 [PDF]

  • No Claims Load Into System 9/24 - 9/30/14

August 2014 [PDF]

  • Billing Reminder
  • Did You Know...?
  • When AHCCCS Requests Medical Documentation
  • 2 Policy Changes for NEMT Providers
  • REMINDER: Transition from ICD-9 to ICD-10 code sets delayed until 10/1/2015

July 2014 [PDF]

  • Billing Reminder
  • Did You Know...?
  • Timely Filing Denials
  • Claims Process Definitions
  • New Policy Changes for NEMT Providers
  • Reminder - ICD-10 Transition Delay

June 2014 [PDF]

  • NEMT Policy - Tribal Business Licenses Required
  • 2014 1st Quarter NEMT Quality Audits
  • Reminder - Transition to ICD-10 Delayed
  • Reminder - New ADA 2012 Version
  • PERM 2014 Cycle "Save the Date" Webinars

May Claims Clues Supplemental [PDF]

  • AZ DOC Special Edition Notice

May 2014 [PDF]

  • Billing Reminder
  • UB04 Date Discrepancies
  • NOTICE: Transition from ICD-9 to ICD-10 delayed until 10/1/2015
  • New ADA form 2012 Version
  • PERM 2014 Cycle CMS Provider Education
  • Monthly NEMT Quality Audits

April 2014 [PDF]

  • Billing Reminders
  • Note from Provider Registration
  • PERM Cycle 3 Provider Education Webinar/Conference Calls

March 2014 [PDF]

  • Correction of February 2014 NEMT Article
  • Billing Reminders
  • NEMT Policy Changes Effective 4/1/2014
  • PERM Cycle 3 Arizona
  • PERM 2014 "Save The Date"

February 2014 [PDF]

  • OVER USE & MISUSE of 99285
  • Submitting Claim Documentation
  • NEMT (Provider Type 28) Policy Changes
  • PERM 2014 CYCLE
  • October 2013 NEMT Claim Audit

 

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