Batch Claims Submitter ID Field (L1000A/NM109) Change: Claims submitted through X12 batch transactions are required to have a valid ten character NPI or UMPI number in the submitter ID field (Loop 1000A/NM109). Effective Jan. 9, 2015, MHCP is implementing system programming for recent legislative changes. Claims submitted on or after this date without a valid NPI or UMPI in this field will deny. If your claim denies with remittance advice remark code (RARC) N282, indicating invalid pay-to provider secondary identifier, submit a new claim with a valid submitter ID. If you use a clearinghouse or billing intermediary to submit batch claim files, work with them to make sure they submit valid information in this field.
Secure FTP client users only: All FTP directories and sub-directories will retain data from the last 15 days only. These directories will be purged daily of data older than 15 days. Providers may also delete files from any FTP directory, including submitted files. If you think you may need data older than 15 days, you will need to save it to your own server. This affects only providers who submit and receive batch files through secure FTP clients. This does not affect files received through the MN–ITS mailbox.
For help with screen and claim type functionality, go to the 5010/D.0 Announcements page for instructions. If you have any other problems with MN–ITS, call the MHCP Provider Call Center at 651-431-2700 or 1-800-366-5411.
Providers who have not successfully completed 5010 syntax testing for MN–ITS Claim Status (276/277) must first do so in order to use the Claim Status transaction due to the CORE changes. Review the 5010 X12 Batch Transaction Guidelines.