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Last Modified: 1/3/2018 Location: FL, PR, USVI Business: Part A, Part B

Suppression of the SPR in 45 days if also receiving ERA

Effective date: January 1, 2018
Implementation date: January 2, 2018

Summary

The standard paper remittance advice (SPR) is the hard copy version of an electronic remittance advice (ERA). Change request 10151 provides notice that beginning January 2, 2018, shared system maintainers (SSM) must eliminate issuance of SPRs to those who also have been receiving ERA transactions for 45 days or more.
Note: Beginning February 14, 2018, the SSMs will also suppress the delivery of SPR to the electronic data interchange (EDI)-enrolled providers/suppliers who are also receiving both the ERA and SPR.
For more details, here is the link to the MLN MattersŪ article MM10151 external pdf file.
Source: MM10151
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