New Provider New Biller - JF Part B
New Provider New Biller
Are you a new provider or new biller just starting to bill Medicare?
Are you an experienced provider or biller but billing for different services?
Managers, are you in need of consistent, Medicare-related training material for your staff for new and on-going training?
Welcome New Provider! Top To-Do List
As you begin your adventure into Medicare and through the Noridian website, access the below topics of interest to learn about Medicare claim, coverage, guidelines, fee details and more.
|Topic of Interest||Brief Details|
|Claim Submission||Become familiar with the various aspects of Medicare claim submission.|
|CMS Internet Only Manuals (IOMs)||Locate Medicare statutes, regulations and guidelines.|
|Contact Us||View hours of availability, call flow, authentication details and customer service areas of assistance. (Provider Contact Center, Provider Enrollment, Phone Reopenings, User Security, and Electronic Data Interchange Support Services (EDISS))|
|Education and Outreach||Explore Medicare educational opportunities via variety of strategies and methods. We offer Education on Demand tutorials which provide self-paced, pre-recorded Medicare Part B Billing related videos as well as live events such as webinars and Ask the Contractor Teleconferences (ACTs). See the Schedule of Events webpage to register.|
|Latest Updates||View the latest CMS and Noridian news and updates.|
|Medicare Physician Fee Schedule (MPFS)||Look up Medicare allowable amounts for physician services.|
|Noridian Email List Sign Up||Become a Noridian email subscriber and receive our weekly emails containing article published to "Latest Updates."|
|Policies||Access CMS National Coverage Determinations (NCDs), and view Local Coverage Determinations (LCDs), Medicare Coverage Articles, MolDx, and Self-Administered Drugs (SADs) details.|
|Self Service Tools||Use NMP or the IVR to gain Part A/B patient eligibility, Claim status, Deductible status, Check status, Check history, and Remittance Advice details. To provide an efficient and more streamlined service, CMS and Noridian require Medicare providers to use these tools for specific information. There are general services available 24 hours, 7 days a week.|