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For example, the CPID I have in my Medisoft database for all United Healthcare affiliates and plans is a 4-digit number <3426>, whereas the United Healthcare website's Claims Payer List shows only a 5-digit number <87726> as the Medical Payer ID (vs. Dental Payer ID) for all its affiliates in the US. Third-party websites, such as Dibbs Solutions Clearinghouse, also show UHC 's CPID as <3426> and its Payer ID as <87726>. Same for different states' Medicare claims submission ID's, i.e., Medicare FL shows <1458> and <00590> for its CPID and Payer ID, respectively, and AZ Medicare has them as <1456> and <03102> in similar fashion.
So, which ID is responsible for directing a claim to the desired insurance plan?
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Note, also, 3429 requires an enrollment with that payer, so you probably need to do that too.
PS, always look up the CPID at Change Healthcare's website to get the latest and most accurate information.
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