Last Modified: 4/10/2020
Location: FL, PR, USVI
Business: Part A, Part B
Q: Why can’t I access claims or payment information for an individual practitioner from our organization?
A: Access to claims, payment, and analytical data is based upon how your organization bills Medicare. Claims and payment information will not return for an individual unless he or she bills Medicare as a separate entity.
The return of claims, payment, and analytical information through the Secure Provider Online Tool (SPOT) is based upon the following:
• How your organization bills Medicare
• The profile associated with your EIDM account and/or the NPI/PTAN combination you select within SPOT
If your organization bills Medicare as a group, professional association, or corporation -- even if the organization has only one practitioner -- only information about the billing entity will be available through the SPOT.
Note: If your organization has more than one practitioner and they bill Medicare as part of the same group/billing entity, then claims and payment information will not be available for each individual practitioner, however your approver may list these NPI/PTAN combinations on the initial enrollment form to retrieve comparative billing reports, which are based on the rendering physician’s information.
If each practitioner bills Medicare under his or her own
NPI, PTAN, and SSN/TIN -- not as part of a group
– then a unique enrollment form would need to be submitted for each practitioner. This will require the approver to create a separate organization/entity within EIDM for each practitioner. The approver may submit a list of additional NPI/PTAN combinations (when applicable and under the same SSN/TIN), on their enrollment form or submit an update form
so these accounts can be created.
• Add/remove NPI/PTAN combinations
• If the additional NPI/PTAN is applied to the same submitter ID as your current organization, no further action is required once approved.
If this is listed under a different submitter ID, the approver must
follow the instructions to add a role
within EIDM once the update form has been approved.
Once the approver has added the new submitter ID within EIDM, end users may request access to this new account by adding a role. Note
: When following these instructions
, be sure to select the SPOT end user role
as indicated in step 10.
• Update legal business name, and/or submitter ID
After receiving approval of the update form, approvers must update their EIDM account (see ‘My Access: View Existing Role Detail’ in these instructions
The following updates can be made within EIDM
Update company telephone number and/or company address (approver only) (see ‘My Access: Modify Business Contact Information’ in these instructions
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