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US Dept of Labor, how to find EOB's

  1. Default US Dept of Labor, how to find EOB's
    Medical Coding Books
    We have a list of checks received from the US Treasury without EOB's. These were paper not electronic checks.

    I have Austin, Texas
    Philadelphia, PA

    I tried using the US DOL site, couldn't bring up anything, then to VA at 877-353-9791 for Austin who told me pt last name and first initial and DOS, but couldn't give me EOB, told me to go to HTTP://TCVA FMS. TRES.GOV, no help, then onto 816-414-2010 who can only provide phone # for the state to call. Next to https:.// where site is "protected".

    I know someone has the magic wand to lead me in the right direction to find EOB's so I can clean these up.

    Thanks for helping me keep SOME semblance of sanity.


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    I think this is the website you need but not will need to create a login/password to access your list of patients, as far as an eob you can do a search for that info once you have access. I hope this is what you are looking for.
    Stephanie Thebarge, CPC, CEMC, CHONC
    Past Portland AAPC Chapter President
    Coding Compliance Specialist
    Feel free to message me with questions

  3. Default EOB's for Dept. of Labor Info
    Not sure if this is an ongoing issue for anyone, but this is the only number that got me anywhere and will at least get you in the right direction:

    DOL WC: (844)493-1966 w/Provider #


    U.S. Treasury Electronic Payment Solution Center
    Monday - Friday (8 a.m. - 8 p.m. ET)
    (877) 874-6347

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