"I use the Family Practice Coding Alert to check on my coding. My per-patient, per-charge has definitely increased. It keeps me up-to-date on new things, which is great, and it gives good resources online to help."
If you are worried about potential 5010 rejections when Version 5010 goes into effect, here’s some help by Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) to ensure you stay clear of them. Providers and payers will need to start using Version 5010 to electronically file claims by July 1.
CMS says that providers should be especially careful regarding the following information when Version 5010 goes into effect:
Contact your Medicare administrative contractor (MAC) for any help regarding upgrade to Version 5010 or send your problem to ProviderFeedback@cms.hhs.gov with “5010 Extension” in the subject line.