As we’ve mentioned before, 3 character OHIP rejection codes come up on error reports, while 2 character codes are found on the Remittance Advice payment report that comes from the Ministry of Health monthly. Rejection codes often have counterparts for …
We’ve all seen OHIP rejection codes on the remittance advice summary sent monthly by the Ministry of Health, but many physicians aren’t sure what they mean, or what to do about rejected codes.
In this month’s Request a Blog, we address questions about DF and D7 RA rejections and why certain OHIP codes aren’t payable together.
When talks broke down recently between the Ministry of Health and the OMA regarding a new contract the MOH announced a very important change: an additional 2.65% clawback was added to the 0.5% they’d already been deducting from physician payments.
There’s one adjustment that can be frustrating for physicians and their billing companies: Estimated Payment – Unprocessed Claims. There are certain circumstances, explained below, during which the MOH is not able to process all the claims they receive for a particular physician.