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Last Modified: 12/22/2021 Location: FL, PR, USVI Business: Part A

DDE screen change

Effective January 1, the FISS maintainer is making changes to DDE screens MAP1711, MAP1741 and MAP175F. The descriptions of the changes are listed below.


From MAP1701 select 02 - Claims/Attachments, then option 26 - Home Health. TOB 329 will populate in the TOB field


From MAP1701 select 03 - Claims/Attachments, then option 27 - Home Health. TOB 32 will populate in the TOB field


From MAP1701 select 01 – Inquires, then option 10 – Beneficiary. Once required information is entered. PF8 to MAP175F. The screen will now display the one-byte NOA IND field and will be system generated and protected. The values for this field are:
1 (NOA received without condition code 47)
2 (NOA received with condition code 47)
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