corrected claim to Medicare

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I'm a little confused as to how I should do a corrected claim to Medicare. We accidentally submitted a 99211, I want to void that claim and submit a 99213 and 69210. Would I put the new claim on a HCFA form and do a cover letter explaining what I'd like them to do? Would I put the 99211 on a separate HCFA and circle the charge and write void in box 19? I feel like I heard you shouldn't write anything on the HCFA form for Medicare (like you do when submitting a corrected claim to BCBS). Thank you for any guidance!

Tara
 

vmejias43

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I'm a little confused as to how I should do a corrected claim to Medicare. We accidentally submitted a 99211, I want to void that claim and submit a 99213 and 69210. Would I put the new claim on a HCFA form and do a cover letter explaining what I'd like them to do? Would I put the 99211 on a separate HCFA and circle the charge and write void in box 19? I feel like I heard you shouldn't write anything on the HCFA form for Medicare (like you do when submitting a corrected claim to BCBS). Thank you for any guidance!

Tara
Check your local Medicare provider website they will explain how to send for a correction of claim. I recommend you register for online access to your Medicare provider portal. This will allow you to submit all information and or request on line
 

SharonCollachi

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Definitely check the website. You shouldn't be writing anything on a HCFA. The correct resubmission code is 6 for corrected claim. This goes in box 22 and then the original claim number goes in the right half of the same box.
 
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