For about two years, the MOHLTC has been informing doctors and their billing agents about the impending shift to MCEDT for the end of 2014. Well, MCEDT is up and running, but has more than it’s fair share of issues. It seems that the Ministry of Health has completely underestimated the number of users, for one.
By now, all of our clients and readers should have heard about the switch from EDT to MCEDT – the new online method of medical claims transmission. If you haven’t, it’s time to read up and get registered – the …
The Ministry of Health is phasing out dial-up modem Electronic Data Transfer by the end of 2014 and moving exclusively to web-based MCEDT in January 2015. In this blog post, we take you through the registration process step-by-step.
When a new doctor starts with JCL, one of the first things we do is figure out his or her registration status with the Ministry of Health.
Over the past year, the MOHLTC has been promoting its latest medium of sending and receiving files. This new method, called Medical Claims Electronic Data Transfer or MCEDT for short, is a web-based portal allowing physicians or their billing agents to upload and download files.