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Use these step-by-step illustrated instructions to help you navigate the Provider Web Portal.
Aid Code and Benefit Plan Acronyms
Are you Billing from the Correct Account?
Copy, Adjust, or Void a Claim
Delegate Access Definitions
Provider Maintenance, including:
Pulling your 835 - linking to your own TPID
Pulling your Remittance Advice (RA)
Reading your Remittance Advice (RA)
Updating your EFT/ERA Information
Validating a Trading Partner ID (TPID)
Verifying Member Eligibility, including:
Viewing Prior Authorizations in the Portal
Web Portal Registration
Entering Other Insurance or Medicare Crossover Information on a Claim
For Reference:Julian Calendar / Leap Year Julian Calendar
Alerts & Secure Correspondence
Batch (X12), EDI, & Trading Partner Questions
General Provider Web Portal Questions
Interim Payments NEW
Member Information/Verification Questions
Online bill pay
Provider Web Portal Registration/Delegation
Updating Provider Information/Affiliations
Some changes with the transition
Related to Provider Web PortalMissing Links in the Provider Web PortalSymptoms: When a provider (not a delegate) logs in to the Provider Web Portal, they don't see the Manage Accounts or Provider Maintenance links.Cause: The web portal account is likely linked to an inactive Provider ID. Provider has likely registered for the Provider Web Portal with the wrong Provider ID, or used the NPI and incorrect Zip+4 or taxonomy code.Solution: If provider registered with NPI, recommend they re-register using the Provider ID and Zip+4 from the registration instruction letter. If provider didn't receive letter, please call Provider Services Call Center (1-844-235-2387) to request correct registration information. No action needed to delete old web portal account, just remove delegates and stop using.
AffiliationsSymptoms: Some legacy affiliations are shown in the Provider Web Portal.Cause: Some legacy affiliations came over during conversion and appear on provider record.Solution: Providers may end date unwanted affiliations in Provider Maintenance.
Rendering Provider ID Does Not Return a Single ProviderSymptoms: When entering claims on the Provider Web Portal, providers receive "Rendering Provider ID does not return a single Provider" error message.Cause: Provider is not using the magnifying glass button when an NPI is tied to multiple locations. System does not know which location to use, and generates an error message.Solution: If NPI is tied to multiple locations, providers must use the magnifying glass to select the correct location.
Remittance Advice (RA) FormatSymptoms: Providers are only able to download PDF version of RA.Cause: Provider downloading RA from report downloads.Solution: CSV version of RA is available in Payment History. See "Pull your RA" quick guide for more detail.Related Documentation: Provider Maintenance Quick Guide
Related to ClaimsEOB 3110 – Claims will Not Deny for Individual Not Being Linked to the GroupProviders have questions about claims with EOB code 3110 for “the rendering provider is not a group member”. While it may be unclear on the remittance advice, notations that affiliations are missing do not cause the claim to deny and are informational only. Currently, the Department is giving providers an extended grace period to make all necessary updates to their affiliations to avoid future claims denials. If EOB code 3110 appears on a claim, providers should check their affiliations and make sure they are up to date, and check other EOB codes to see why the claim denied. Updated affiliations are currently taking at least three weeks for final approval. Providers should not submit duplicate update requests.
Are Your Clearinghouses Having Trouble with Your Claims?Specifically, are there files being approved but all your claims are denying? Your Clearinghouse needs to add CO_TXIX to their inbound transactions. Depending on the inbound transaction type, they may need to add this as either the:
Please refer them to the companion guides at Colorado.gov/HCPF/EDI-Support for more details.
Wrong Type of Bill (TOB)Symptoms: Nursing Facility (NF) claims denying for EOB 1040Cause: NF claims submitted with an incorrect TOB will cause an incorrect contract assignment, and claims denials.Solution: NFs must use correct TOB codes, please refer to Billing Manual and NUBC Guidelines for correct codes. Related Documentation: PETI PARs and Claim Denials
Home Health - Claims DenialsSymptoms: Home Health (HH) claims denying for EOB 4100Cause: You're submitting a Home Health Claim with an invalid TOB (likely 33x). Solution: HH providers must use correct TOB codes, please refer to Billing Manual for correct codes. Related Documentation: Home Health Claim Denials
Diagnosis Code R6889 - Claims Denying for EOB 0596Symptoms: Claims are denying when the diagnosis code R6889 (“other general symptoms and signs”) is used on a claim for EOB 0596 - “The diagnosis indicator is missing or invalid. Enter/Correct the diagnosis indicator. Refer to the Provider Manual or Help Screens for valid indicators.”Cause: Providers may be using the correct diagnosis code, but they are using an incorrect diagnosis indicator.Solution: The diagnosis indicator must be between 1-12.
Yes, batch (X12) files can be transmitted through a Clearinghouse and through the Provider Web Portal; both methods (of batch submission) require a Trading Partner ID.
If you want to transmit batch through the Web Portal, you need to obtain a DXC Technology TPID.
You do NOT need a DXC Technology TPID, to submit single claims (not batch) through the Web Portal.
Yes, a TPID is needed to upload 837 files.
Yes, if you would like to download your own 835 you will need a TPID. You will also need to use the Manage Accounts page within the Provider Web Portal to define which TPID will submit your claims and which TPID will receive your 835.
A Billing Agent will be able to create delegates who can then upload and download files.
Providers could use the file exchange to upload and download batch files (including X12 reports) directly through the Provider Web Portal, rather than through FTP or through a Clearinghouse.
Yes, it is fairly common for a Clearinghouse to act as a Trading Partner for multiple providers. Note: A Clearinghouse could use the same TPID with all of their clients (providers).
No, the Provider Web Portal will not give indication that a Trading Partner serves more than one provider.
Please visit our EDI Support webpage, or call the Provider Services Call Center at 1-844-235-2387.
No, you do not need to enroll as a Trading Partner to submit single (interactive) claims through the new Provider Web Portal.
No, your vendor would need to enroll as a Trading Partner, but you would not.
Not necessarily. If you’re submitting your claims individually through the Provider Web Portal but typing the claim information into the portal, you are not submitting batch files. Batch is a technical term, and does not refer to “many” claims, but rather the file format.
You do not need a TPID to:
Not necessarily, a Group is the billing provider for one or more individuals within a Group (rendering providers). Example: Salud Clinic may be a Group, and the doctors who work there may be the Individuals within a Group. Health First Colorado will report the income paid to Salud, to the IRS.
A Trading Partner is someone who submits batch claims or eligibility files on behalf of a billing provider, but may not receive the income from Health First Colorado. Example, Trizetto may submit claims for Salud Clinic, but does not receive the income from Health First Colorado. They are simply handling the file transmission to or from the fiscal agent, DXC Technology (formerly HPE).
If Salud submits their own batch files however, they would be the Group and the Trading Partner in that instance.
Yes, if you are going to retrieve your own 835, you will need a Trading Partner ID.
A trading partner is anyone who trades information (submits or retrieves the X12 HIPAA compliant file). If you are not submitting your own X12 files or retrieving your own X12 files, you do not need a trading partner ID.”
Health First Colorado does not make recommendations for who you should use as a Trading Partner, but a Google search for “medical claims Clearinghouse companies” should give you a good place to start. You can contact DXC Technology (formerly HPE) to verify they are enrolled for the Health First Colorado program.
You will want to register for the Provider Web Portal. If you are going to be the primary user of the Provider Web Portal, then you don’t need to be a delegate.
Either will work. The display name is something you’ll only see in the Provider Web Portal, and the display name won’t affect your claims (or anything else).
NOTE: Temporary issue with Display Names has been identified. Please review this work-around.
That’s really a personal preference. However, if you have a billing person or Department, you may want to check and see if they have a preference. Otherwise you can just stick with the default option and change it later if you need to.
We do have a list published here, but you can also check with your billing agent. They will need to give you their TPID in order for you to “authorize” them as a Trading Partner.
Yes, the Search Payment History panel on the Provider Web Portal will provide this information for providers. You do not need to enroll as a trading partner to access remittance advice (RA), previously called provider claim reports.
Not necessarily. You could submit single claims (through the Provider Web Portal) on behalf of your clients, and that would not require you to be a Trading Partner. However, it would require each of your clients to “delegate” claims access to you.
Yes, anyone who wants to transmit batch (X12) files needs to enroll as a Trading Partner, and complete file testing for HIPAA compliance.
Yes, both you and your Clearinghouse can enroll as Trading Partners and receive a Trading Partner ID. Then on the Manage Accounts page within the Provider Web Portal you will indicate which transactions each Trading Partner ID will submit/receive.
While you could enroll for 16 different Trading Partner IDs, we recommend that you only enroll for one Trading Partner ID, and “authorize” that TPID to submit for all your locations.
There is no minimum threshold for batch claims. Batch is a technical term referring to the file type and method of submission:
Here is our Getting Started Guide, but you can also visit our EDI Support webpage, or call the Provider Services Call Center at 1-844-235-2387.
The testing process for Trading Partners is a separate process, not requiring access to the parts of the Web Portal that are not yet active.
What are the different types of reports that can be downloaded from the new Provider Web Portal?
You will be able to download Remittance Advice (RA) reports, Prior Authorization (PA) reports, Prior Authorization (PA) letters and Contact Tracking Management System (CTMS) letters from the Provider Web Portal.
Will Remittance Advice (RA) reports (from the new Provider Web Portal) be available for claims processed in the legacy system?
No. We will transfer over 6 years of claims data, but not in the form of reports.
What is a file delimiter?
According to dictionary.com, a file delimiter is, “a blank space, comma, or other character or symbol that indicates the beginning or end of a character string, word, or data item.”
While an excel file may look like this:
a file with a comma as the delimiter, would show you “Column 1,Column 2,Column 3”.
Can I select a different file delimiter after I register?
Yes, you can change your preferred file delimiter at any time in the “My Profile” section of the Provider Web Portal.
If we have a Trading Partner that enters our claims for us, could we get an automatic 835 report sent to them, rather than downloading it and sending it to the trading partner manually?
The new Provider Web Portal does not have the capability to automatically send reports out to different parties. However, your Trading Partner may log into their Trading Partner account and pull your 835 report at any time, so long as you have authorized their TPID to do so.
Is it a problem if you enroll as a Trading Partner even if not required?
It’s not a problem, but you’ll probably receive some emails you don’t need. If you would like to disenroll, just call the Provider Services Call Center at 1 (844) 235-2387.
Can RAs be printed from the Provider Web Portal or must they be downloaded first?
They can be opened from the portal and printed which initiates a temporary download. The file size is very small so this option really depends on preference.
How far back will the portal allow us to pull reports from?
As of right now, there is no limit. The Department will notify you if this changes.
In the current portal, providers or TPs can pull an accept/reject report or a 999. Is the accept/reject report option no longer available?
The accept/reject report will no longer be a report option; the 999 will be still be available.
The 835 will be the next report following the 999 in the life cycle of the file.
Can we retake a session for more clarification?
Yes, you can take a session as many times as you like. You can also view a recording of the sessions on or after February 6, 2017.
Where can we find the handouts mentioned during training?
PowerPoint versions of the slides presented in the session are available by request. Send an email noting which sessions you would like to firstname.lastname@example.org
Do we need to complete Provider Web Portal training sessions to be able to enroll?
No. Provider Web Portal training is not a prerequisite for Enrollment, Revalidation or Provider Web Portal registration. However, enrollment/revalidation training is highly recommended.
Will certificates be issued upon completion of these classes to show we have undergone training? What do I need to do to prove I have completed the training?
Certificates will not be issued; however, we do have attendance records if they are needed at a later date.
If I am a new provider, do I need to take all training sessions?
We recommend it; however, it’s not required.
When I register for the Provider Web Portal, I don't have the manage accounts link and I can't submit claims.
There are two situations where this may occur:
If you do not fit either of the above situations, please call the Provider Services Call Center (1-844-235-2387) to determine why your account has been restricted.
Do we need to use a specific browser to access the portal?
No. The Provider Web Portal was built to be used with any modern Web Browser. See the website requirements.
Do we need to update our license and insurance information before billing for the first time?
This updated information should have been provided during your revalidation in the new system. If it has changed you can update it using Provider Maintenance in the Provider Web Portal.
After I log into the Provider Web Portal, there is a “Location ID” at the top of the page. Is this our facility’s Trading Partner ID or Provider ID?
This is the service location ID and is usually the same as the Provider ID.
How long before a user must change or update a password?
The user will be requested to update their password after 90 days.
Will our old website log-in information work? Or is this a whole new system we need to register for?
Old web portal login information will not work for the new Provider Web Portal. You will need to register with the new system.
If an employee locks themselves out of the system, where do you go to unlock them so they can access the Provider Web Portal again?
The provider can use the Forgot User ID and Forgot Password functionality of the Provider Web Portal to determine their User ID or reset their Password. However, if they are locked out, they will need to call the Provider Services Call Center (1-844-235-2387) to reset the lock.
Can we just continue receiving paper checks?
No, only the following providers are eligible for an EFT exemption:
If the above applies to you, and you want to receive paper checks, please see these EFT exemption instructions.
Do I need to enroll in EFT again if I've already included that information in provider revalidation?
No, if you provided your EFT information during revalidation, you do not need to provide it again.
I need to change my electronic funds deposit information ASAP. What is the best way to do so? Can I do it online?
You can change your EFT information online through the new Provider Web Portal. You will just log in and click the link that says “EFT/ERA Enrollment.” After DXC processes your EFT/ERA Enrollment, your information must be verified by the bank used by the Department. This process takes 10 - 14 days. You will receive paper checks during this period. Providers are encouraged to verify the mailing address on file. You can find detailed instructions for changing your EFT/ERA here.
Will EFT information migrate over from Xerox?
No, EFT information will not migrate over from Xerox. However, any EFT information you submitted in your enrollment or revalidation application will remain in the system.
Is the EFT/ERA information for the group level or the individual provider?
The EFT/ERA information is for the billing (group) provider.
How do we change our NPI or add an NPI?
Existing Enrolled Provider with an NPI
Provider must contact DXC Technology (formerly HPE) via secure correspondence link on the Portal to have the old NPI closed. The provider should then submit a new application with the new NPI number. This application will go through all of the standard enrollment checks including NPPES, PECOS, Lexis Nexis. In the event that the application the provider is submitting requires an application fee, the provider can give DXC Technology the previous ATN so that DXC Technology can verify that the fee was paid. If the application requires attachments DXC Technology will tie the applications together via enrollment comments.
Existing Enrolled Provider with no NPI on file
The Provider must contact DXC Technology (formerly HPE) via secure correspondence link on the Portal to have the new NPI added. DXC Technology will first verify that the provider has no existing NPI on file. The provider should give the new NPI and tax ID or Provider ID. The enrollment analyst will then conduct the standard manual checks to verify an NPI. This includes NPPES and PECOS. The NPI will go through Lexis Nexis in the next monthly batch cycle.
Provider that has not completed the Enrollment Process
The Provider should contact the Provider Call Center to request that the application be returned to them. They can then add the NPI and it will continue the enrollment process including all standard enrollment checks including NPPES, PECOS, Lexis Nexis.
How do we affiliate a provider with a group?
You will need to login to the Provider Web Portal as either the Individual within a Group or a Group, and then click the Provider Maintenance link. From here you can click “Group Affiliations” or Affiliations" and then add the information. You can find detailed instructions for Affiliations here.
Important: Individuals Within a Group must be affiliated to a Group! Affiliating an individual to any other Enrollment type (Facility, Atypical, etc.), will likely cause claim denials.
If a provider floats to numerous service locations with different billing addresses, website addresses, etc. how will that be shown in the provider's data?
A separate revalidation enrollment application should have been submitted for each service location, unless the provider is an Individual within a Group. If the provider is an Individual within a Group, they just need to affiliate to each Group location. If the provider is not an Individual within a Group, a separate enrollment application needs to be submitted for each service location.
Is the addition of the network participation information a required element? What is it used for?
It is not required, unless you participate in (and have a signed contract with) a Managed Care Organization (MCO) or Behavioral Health Organization (BHO). This lets the MCO or BHO bill for the provider. It also allows members to search for a provider who is in that network.
If we have a new satellite location for our provider, can that be added via the Web Portal?
A new Provider Enrollment Application will need to be submitted for any new service location. In accordance with federal regulations and guidance, providers with multiple service locations (sites) must enroll each service location separately.
How quickly do changes in the Provider Web Portal become effective?
If they do not require approval, updates are effective immediately. If they do, then it depends on how long verification takes, generally 3 weeks.
Can I change my Provider Type or Specialty in the Provider Web Portal?
You may add or update a secondary Specialty; however, a change to Provider Type or Primary Specialty will require a new Provider Enrollment Application.
If an Individual within a Group leaves the group, where do we update that information? Would that be considered a disenrollment?
If they are just leaving your group, but do not want to end their participation with Health First Colorado, you can just remove them from your list of affiliated providers.
If they are leaving your group and ending their participation with Health First Colorado, that should be a disenrollment.
If we are adding a new provider into the Health First Colorado System, do we do this through the portal as well? Or is this a separate enrollment application?
If the provider you want to add is already enrolled as an Individual within a Group, they can just add you to their list of affiliated groups, or you can add them to your list of affiliated providers.
If the provider isn’t enrolled with Health First Colorado yet, then they will need an enrollment application.
Will you still accept the paper provider update form?
No. As of 3/1/17, all updates to provider information need to be made online through the new Provider Web Portal.
Will all of this info be in the system based on the enrollment that was already completed? So, is it only necessary to make a change if it is different from the revalidation/enrollment?
Yes. The information shown in the Provider Web Portal is populated from the information you gave us during revalidation or enrollment. You only need to make a change if you need to add, remove, or update information.
Will we get some sort of notification that the update has been reviewed and updated?
Yes. You should receive an email confirming your update request, and then another when the update has been made.
Do we use the disenroll section when we term a provider?
The provider should use the disenroll section if they are ending their participation with Health First Colorado. If the provider is just leaving your group, but does not want to end their participation with Health First Colorado, you can just remove them from your affiliated providers list.
Can I see all claims for a member or only for my services?
Only claims where you are the billing provider, per HIPAA regulations.
Can you verify Dental eligibility through the new Provider Web Portal?
Yes, you can verify if the member is eligible for dental benefits.
How far back can eligibility be checked, a year?
Yes, and only one month at a time.
What are lock-in details?
The Client Overutilization Program (COUP, also known as ‘Lock-In’) is a statewide surveillance and utilization control program that safeguards against unnecessary or inappropriate use of care or services. The Lock-In Details describe the provider(s) the member is eligible to see for the given service.
When verifying eligibility, will it list if a member has Denver Health, Colorado Access, Rocky Mountain Health plan or some sort of Medicare insurance?
Yes, the member’s Managed Care Assignment will be listed on the Coverage Details page within the Provider Web Portal. A member’s Medicare insurance will display on the Other Insurance Detail Information page of the Provider Web Portal.
Will client IDs stay the same?
Yes. Member IDs will not be changing,
Will the eligibility verification screen list units? We bill most claims by unit and not $ amounts.
Yes, the Limit Details section will display both dollars and units.
Can you explain the "verification for newborn" box on the first page?
The Verification for Newborn option can be used to look up newborn eligibility information, if the newborn Member ID is not known.
Will there be a way to search multiple members at one time?
No, not through the Provider Web Portal.
Does Member Focus viewing show patient address?
The Member Focus viewing page will show the member’s city and state.
Would a home modification provider have access to member eligibility?
If you have enrolled, been approved, and have registered for Provider Web Portal access, yes.
Are we able to print the eligibility?
Yes, there is a Print Preview button at the top of the Coverage Details page.
Are you referencing Member ID as a Client ID as it was in the old portal?
Yes, Member ID is the same as Client ID.
Do I use an NPI for myself as an individual, or for my company (of which I am the only provider)? Both my individual and company revalidations have been approved.
Both! To update your license information and other practitioner details, you will need to log in as an individual. For billing, you will need to use your company NPI.
Can we register our administrative log-on user?
A provider (or administrator, if the provider has someone else in charge of submitting their enrollment) will use the provider’s information to register with the Provider Web Portal. This provider (or administrator) can then create delegates for each user in the company who may need to access the Provider Web Portal on behalf of the provider.
Does each user in the company do this, or an administrator?
A provider (or administrator, if the provider has someone else who is in charge of submitting their enrollment) will use the provider’s information to register with the Provider Web Portal. This provider (or administrator) can then create delegates for each user in the company who may need to access the Provider Web Portal on behalf of the provider.
As a trading partner - MCO will our Provider ID - Portal ID/log-in credentials also be changing?
As an MCO, your Provider ID will be the same as your legacy ID. The Provider Web Portal log-in information will be changing with the new system, and will be created by you during registration. The new system will also require a DXC Technology (formerly HPE) Trading Partner ID for those who will be submitting/receiving X12 transactions.
How does a delegate log in to the Provider Web Portal?
A provider will use the Manage Accounts page within the Provider Web Portal to enter their delegates' information and will receive a delegate code for each delegate. The delegate will then use their information, along with the assigned delegate code, to register with the Provider Web Portal.
I didn’t see the Manage Accounts link when I registered for the Provider Web Portal.
There are two situations where this may occur:
If you do not fit either of the above situations, please call the Provider Services Call Canter (1-844-235-2387) to determine why your account has been restricted.
We are a credentialing company that maintains several groups with numerous individual providers. Right now, we have individual logins and can maintain all provider information. What is the best way to continue to do this with these new log-in profiles?
Using the delegate functionality available in the Provider Web Portal is the best way. Each group and provider will link to the delegate on the Manage Accounts page. The delegate will then be able to use their one log-in to switch between each group and provider that has assigned them as a delegate.
Are we able to add employees as delegates under a group provider or are they done as each individual provider?
Both groups and individual providers can add delegates.
Can you change what you give a person access to if needed?
Yes, just return to the Manage Accounts page, click on the delegate’s name, and update the functions they are able to access on your behalf.
For providers in a group, will a delegate need to be set up for the group submitting the claims, etc.?
No, if the group is the billing entity on the claim, the group will register with the Provider Web Portal and be able to submit claims for the provider.
To add office staff so they can access the new Web Portal, I add them under the first tab under manage accounts, since they have not accessed this new Web Portal yet, correct? They have all been using the current Web Portal but just need to be registered in the new one.
Correct, if they are not already a delegate for another provider and do not have a delegate code for the new Provider Web Portal, then you will use the first tab. If the delegate is already assigned to another provider and already has a delegate code for the new Provider Web Portal, then you will use the second tab.
We are a group of providers. I'm guessing we register the Group, then each individual provider under the group, correct?
Yes, you will register the group and the individual providers with the Provider Web Portal.
Does the trading partner need to be added to each provider in the practice?
The trading partner will need to be linked to each billing provider. The trading partner does not need to be linked to the rendering providers.
If I am the billing agent for 3 separate provider IDs, do I need to set up separate biller accounts?
No. If you are a billing agent with a Trading Partner ID, you will register with the Provider Web Portal using your Trading Partner ID. Each of the providers you work on behalf of will need to use the Manage Accounts page to indicate which Provider Web Portal functions and X12 transactions you can perform on their behalf.
We used this system when we revalidated. Will those log-ins work?
No, you will need to register with the Provider Web Portal to create a User ID and Password for the new system.
If a provider is enrolled as individual provider within a group, does the provider need to register separately on the portal to update any information relating to locations within the group?
No, the group will register with the Provider Web Portal to update their location information. However, the individual within a group provider will need to register to update any of their personal information such as License.
Does each delegate receive a separate code for each registered location, or one delegate code for all locations?
For a given delegate (one individual), the same delegate code should be used for all providers (locations) for which they are a delegate. This will allow the delegate to have one login to the Provider Web Portal where they can then switch between providers using the Switch Provider function in the Provider Web Portal.
Under registration: If we have two separate providers (two different Provider IDs), can we register once and link both providers or do we have to register separately?
Each provider would register separately. You can then use the delegate functionality on the Manage Accounts page to delegate each provider to the same delegate. The delegate will then be able to use their one login to switch between each provider.On the Provider Registration, what if we have two taxonomy codes for the same NPI and zip code? Do we have to complete two different Provider Registration accounts?
You will need to create a separate registration on the Provider Web Portal for each Enrollment application you submitted. So if you submitted two Provider Enrollment/Revalidation applications, you will need two different provider registrations. However, if you have two taxonomies on the same Enrollment/Revalidation application, you will only need to have one provider registration and you will register with the primary taxonomy.
Will the Regional Care Collaborative Organization (RCCO) role be able to add delegates?
Yes, an RCCO will be able to add delegates.
If we were approved for enrollment as a group and individual provider, do we enter group NPI or provider NPI when registering?
You will enter the Group NPI when registering the group, and the individual NPI when registering the individual provider.
Is our registration what we did with revalidation or this is completely different?
Registration for the Provider Web Portal is different than Revalidation. Registering with the Provider Web Portal will give you access to the new Provider Web Portal and can only occur after your Revalidation application has been approved.
How do you get the delegate code?
A delegate code is provided by the first provider to add you as a delegate.
We have two NPI numbers. Will we have to register them individually? Also, some employees work both programs. Will they need to register twice under a specific NPI?
You will need to create a separate registration on the Provider Web Portal for each Enrollment application you submitted. If some employees work for both programs, the delegate functionality can be used. For a given delegate (one individual), the same delegate code should be used for all providers for which they are a delegate. This will allow the delegate to have one login to the Provider Web Portal where they can then switch between providers using the Switch Provider function in the Provider Web Portal.
We have several provider NPIs that are associated with our Tax ID number. Do we have to register each NPI and then assign delegates to each provider enrollment?
Yes, you will need to create a separate registration on the Provider Web Portal for each enrollment application you submitted. You can then assign delegates for each in the Provider Web Portal. For a given delegate (one individual) the same delegate code should be used for all providers they are a delegate for. This will allow the delegate to have one login to the Provider Web Portal where they can then switch between providers using the Switch Provider function in the Provider Web Portal.
We have several staff members that are currently able to access the Portal, so do I need to add them under "NEW delegate" for the new Provider Web Portal?
Yes, you would add them as a new delegate in the new Provider Web Portal.
What if we do not have an NPI number or an NPI number was not required for revalidation? Can we use the 8-digit provider number we have now to register?
Yes, if you did not provide an NPI during revalidation, you can use your Provider ID to register with the Provider Web Portal.
How do I verify my registration is complete?
You will receive two emails after you have registered with the Provider Web Portal. In the first email there will be a link that you must click and then enter your password to verify your registration. After this verification, you will receive a second email indicating you have successfully registered.
Can multiple users register under 'provider' with the NPI and taxonomy or does it only allow one registry and that person has to set up delegates?
No, you can only register as a provider once with the NPI and taxonomy that was submitted during Enrollment/Revalidation. The provider will then create the necessary delegates for others that need to work on their behalf.
In the previous system, I had one username and one password to access the Provider Web Portal. How does this work with the interChange system?
You will need to create a separate registration on the Provider Web Portal for each Enrollment application you submitted.
Can we only register when we have our application approved?
Yes, your application needs to be approved in order to register in the Provider Web Portal.
Can I use the same 4-digit number (in place of the last 4 of driver’s license) over and over if I have 50-100 delegates?
This is not the recommended process, but the system will not stop you from doing this.
We have 13 locations that are enrolled separately. Do we have to register each location to check eligibility, claims, etc.?
Each enrollment needs to register with the Provider Web Portal. Then, within each registration you can assign the same delegate. You can then use this one delegate to login to the Provider Web Portal and switch between the different providers.
What if I have more than one taxonomy number for registration?
Use the primary taxonomy code to register with the Provider Web Portal.
Yes. You can view claims submitted through any media: paper, electronic batch, portal.
You can copy any adjudicated claim (one that is denied or paid), including claims from Xerox. A suspended claim cannot be copied.
If you will use the Provider Web Portal to submit individual claims via the Submit Claim process, you do not need a Trading Partner ID. You only need a Trading Partner ID if you are going to submit/receive X12 transactions.
You can submit single claims thru the Provider Web Portal.
A provider and/or anyone to which the billing provider has delegated claims inquiry access, will only be able to see the claims on which they are the “billing provider”. The RAs will have the Provider ID on them.
If you only enter individual claims via the Provider Web Portal you do not need a Trading Partner ID. You will only need a Trading Partner ID if you will be submitting/receiving X12 transactions.
Yes. Only dental claims for members who have a non-citizen, emergency services only eligibility status, will be submitted via the provider Web Portal. All other Dental claims for Health First Colorado members will continue to be processed through DentaQuest.
The main call center number will have an option specifically for claims on 3/1/17. You can also use the secure correspondence option in the portal. The Call Center is open 8am -5pm Mon. thru Fri. 1-844-235-2387.
You will use the new Provider Web Portal to submit your individual claims.
You would have to do either an adjustment or a reconsideration after the originally submitted claim has been adjudicated.
Via the Provider Web Portal, providers will have access to all of their claims stored in interChange. Xerox data from the past 6 years will be migrated into the new system.
You will be able to use the new Provider Web Portal to submit claims with attachments. On Step 3 of the Submit Claim process in the new Provider Web Portal, there is a section where you can upload your attachments and submit them with the claim.
Yes. but the LBOD is now done differently. Instead of submitting an LBOD, you will enter the last submitted ICN for that service in the Previous ICN field. Please review the Guide to Go Live for more information on LBOD changes.
Select crossover claim from the Claim Type dropdown menu. The Medicare Crossover Details section will be displayed to enter information.
The first two digits of the type of bill are the "Facility Type Code" (example - 13 for outpatient claims) - the third digit (frequency type) will be automatically added depending on what type of claim you are submitting (original vs adjustment vs void)
You could copy the claim for the patient for the month previous and modify that information to submit for the new month (using new dates of service).
The old portal will not be available. However, Xerox data will be back loaded and searchable in the new portal up to 6 years in the past.
The EQ Process will not change at all. If you have questions relative to how your Provider ID change affects the EQ process, contact EQ at 1-888-801-9355.
The PA number in interChange is 10 digits: 1 digit for the media type (how the PA enters interChange), 2 digits for the year, 3 digits for the Julian date, and a 4-digit sequence number.
Nursing Facility PETI and Referral PAs can be submitted via the DXC Technology (formerly HPE) Provider Web Portal. Referral PAs are completely optional and have no impact on your claims.
No, you only need to be a trading partner for batch eligibility and batch claims.
There is Provider Enrollment information and training available here.
Yes, but you are not able to reply to a Closed Secure Correspondence message. Closed calls are logged in the CTMS (Call Tracking Management System) and accessible by the call center reps if further action is needed. When documenting your correspondence, please note the CTN (Call Tracking Number) automatically assigned to the case. This will make conversations with the call center easier to reference.
Any written communication containing PHI and protected by HIPAA. All correspondence with DXC Technology (formerly HPE), aka the fiscal agent for Health First Colorado.
Currently, the Provider Web Portal does not provide a print option for Secure Correspondence but you could use your browser's print capability.
The turnaround time depends on the question asked, but is typically 3-5 business days.
Yes, these type of questions can be asked via Secure Correspondence on the Provider Web Portal.
If the request is urgent, we suggest you call. Otherwise, secure correspondence is the preferred method of communication for non-urgent requests.
No, reconsiderations must be submitted via the Provider Web Portal, paper or batch. However, a reconsideration is not necessary for denied claims. Please correct the reason for denial and resubmit as a new claim.
No. If you believe you were denied services without cause, you should first submit a reconsideration for your claim via the Provider Web Portal, paper or batch. If you are not satisfied with the outcome of the reconsideration, you can appeal and ask for a State Fair Hearing. Call the Colorado Office of Administrative Courts at 303-866-2000. Or, write to:
Colorado Office of Administrative Courts
1525 Sherman Street, 4th Floor
Denver, CO 80203
Do you have your Trading Partner ID (TP ID), but have not received your login information?
Have you completed the EDI enrollment but do not have your login information or TP ID?
Otherwise, please complete and submit the applicable EDI Enrollment Form as soon as possible. The State will follow up on the enrollment process and send you the necessary User Names and Passwords for accessing the Colorado Medical Assistance Program Web Portal.