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How do I submit a corrected, voided, or replacement claim?

Tips for submitting claims can be found on our Claim Help Page. Users should always contact the payer to understand their billing specifications as CollaborateMD will only provide the instructions on how to make the changes in the application. Users must always ensure they are following the payers' billing rules to increase the chances of reimbursement.

Once the Frequency or Type of Bill is updated click here for instructions on how to resubmit a claim.

Why are claims not crossing over to the secondary?

A crossover claim is a transfer of processed claim data from Medicare to Medicaid (or state) agencies and private insurance companies that sell supplemental insurance benefits to Medicare. Forwarding the claim from the primary payer to the secondary payer is at the primary payer's discretion. CollaborateMD has no control over the primary payer forwarding the claim to the secondary payer. 

Where does the CLIA Number from the Codes Defaults populate on the Professional (CMS-1500) claim form?

This code default will populate the CLIA Number on the Charges tab, within the claim. Follow the steps below to view the field which will be updated:

  1. Go to the Claim section
  2. Open an existing Professional (CMS-1500) claim
  3. Go to the Charges tab
  4. On the line with the appropriate CPT code, select the Other button
Please visit the Code Defaults Help Page for more information related to the available default options. 

What is the purpose of Box 29 on the CMS-1500 Professional claim?

Box 29 reflects the amount paid or the amount of payment received from both the patient and any payers. In order to populate Box 29 on the claim, a payment must be entered to one or more charges on the claim. Use the links below to find step-by-step instructions for posting payments in CollaborateMD:


Why is the unit price not populating in the Charges tab when creating an Institutional Claim?

This is because Revenue codes are required on Institutional Claims. If a HCPCS code is added to a line item without a Rev Code, the Unit Price will not populate until a Rev Code is added to the line item. 

To add a Rev Code to your claim:
    1. Go to the Claim section > open the claim
    2. Click on the Charges tab 
    3. Enter your revenue code under the Rev Code column. 
    4. Click Save
To control which Default Price gets populated on the claim (HCPCS or Revenue Code price):
    1. Go to the Codes section > Fee Schedules tab
    2. Click on the Options button
    3. Under "On institutional claims, apply prices based on the" > select your preference (HCPCS Code or Revenue Code)
    4. Click Save