What is NUCC on claim form?

This document is published in cooperation with the National Uniform Claim Committee (NUCC) by the American Medical Association (AMA). Any payer-specific or other organization-specific instructions for completion of the 1500 Claim Form need to be maintained in a separate document.

What goes in box 19 on a CMS 1500?

Box 19. Box 19 is commonly used on paper claims for data not otherwise accommodated by the CMS-1500 claim form. Data entered in this field will print but will NOT export electronically. Please contact your payer to determine where the data is expected.

What is the patient portion of the CMS 1500 form?

CMS 1500 items 1-7 requires Patient and Insured Information such as name, address, date of birth, marital status, gender, insurance info.

Can CMS 1500 on black and white?

All paper claims are required to be submitted using an original red/white CMS-1500 (02/12) form. Black and white copies will be returned as unprocessable. Submission of the CMS 1500 (02/12) claim form should either be typed or computer printed forms.

What is reserved for NUCC use?

ITEM 9b: RESERVED FOR NUCC USE: Other insured’s date of birth and sex are no longer required. ITEM 9c: RESERVED FOR NUCC USE: Employer’s name or school name is no longer required. If a field is marked “YES,” then there may be other applicable insurance coverage that would be primary, such as auto insurance.

What is the CMS form 1500?

The CMS 1500 form is a claim form used by health care providers to file for payment of Medicare and Medicaid claims. The form is published by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

What is 1500 CMS claim?

The CMS-1500 is a standard claim form used by all non-institutional medical providers or suppliers to bill Medicare carriers and durable medical equipment carriers when a provider qualifies for a waiver of electronic submission of claims.

What is the CMS 1500?

A CMS 1500 form is a unique form used by doctors and healthcare providers to submit medical claims to insurance companies. These claim forms are only used by non-institutional providers. Hospital facilities use a different type of claim form to submit their claims.