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filing: How can it help you?
To help prevent claim
denials due to timely filing, it is important to be familiar with
Cigna's timely filing guidelines. Learn
more about filing tips and access the guidelines.
Assistance Program (EAP): Tips for filing claims
Employee Assistance Program (EAP) customers often use their EAP
benefits as a first step to accessing mental health and substance
use services. However, when services are billed under a customer’s
behavioral health benefit, it can result in a claims error. Learn
more about submitting EAP claims correctly.
ProView webinar training
The Council for Affordable Quality Healthcare (CAQH) offers webinar
trainings to help familiarize practice managers and providers with
CAQH ProView. Registration is now open for spring/summer sessions.
more about upcoming sessions.
T-codes and more
2015, Cigna adopted the new Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA)
treatment billing codes proposed by the American Medical
Association. As a result, practitioners who provide ABA services
transitioned from using H-codes to using T-codes. To continue to
help ease your administrative burden during this time, learn
more about helpful billing tips.
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