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Last Modified: 6/12/2017 Location: FL, PR, USVI Business: Part A, Part B
Current processing issues for Part A and Part B
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Part A
Claims that were worked out of suspense for reason code 32103 are now RTPing with reason code 34932. Claims will go to status location SB9000 once the appropriate End POA ind has been added.
Providers whose claims were RTPed with reason code 34932 may resubmit (PF9) those affected claims with the appropriate End POA Ind.
Part A
An error occurred with the National Provider Identifier (NPI) crosswalk file in the fiscal intermediary shared system (FISS) on May 16, 2017. Claims are being returned to the provider (RTP) with reason code 32103 or 32104.
Providers should resubmit (F9) claims that were RTPed. Claims being held in this location are being released for processing.
Part A
First Coast has become aware of issues with outpatient prospective payment system (OPPS) services due to Integrated Outpatient Code Editor (IOCE) logic errors. This problem has been resolved with IOCE logic corrections in the April 2017 quarterly release
Providers should resubmit claims for the situations and qualifications listed here.
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