CabMD has a feature called "Claim Import" which allows you to import claims, in bulk, from other systems (like EMR's). To do that, we require a file in the correct format. If you are able, have the other company or software output the claims into the following formatm within a CSV (Comma Seperated Value) file:
A required field, the six-digit Ministry of Health OHIP billing number.
An optional four-digit number representing the OHIP billing group, right-justified with leading zeros (ie. 0364, 3510). When billing solo claims, leave it blank or specify 0000.
A required field, two-character representation of the province code:
AB - Alberta
BC - British Columbia
MB - Manitoba
NB - New Brunswick
NL - Newfoundland and Labrador
NS - Nova Scotia
NT - Northwest Territories
NU - Nunavut
ON - Ontario
PE - Prince Edward Island
SK - Saskatchewan
YT - Yukon
A required field, representing the patient's health number. Has a maximum length of 12, though each province has a different set of rules. OHIP health numbers are 10 digits, and must pass the Luhn algorithm - for example.
An optional two-character field for the version code.
A required field, the patient's date of birth. Formatted MM-DD-YYYY.
A required field, Male or Female (case-insensitive).
An optional six-digit Ministry of Health OHIP billing number representing the referring physician.
An optional four-digit number representing the diagnostic code, right-justified with leading zeros (ie. 0040, 0340).
An optional four-digit number representing the location the service was performed (ie. 4108, 1100)
An optional field, the date of admission related to the claim. Formatted MM-DD-YYYY.
A required field, the date the service was performed. Formatted MM-DD-YYYY.
A required field, the service performed. In the format ANNNS, where A is any letter of the alphabet, N is a number (digits 0-9) and S is the suffix A, B or C.
A required field, the number of services provided or the total number of units to be billed for B and C suffix service codes.