To begin using CabMD, you'll need to have a valid Ministry of Health GONet account. GONet is a modem based system that the Ministry of Health uses to enable users to submit EDT files, and receive any feedback.
The following are examples of the types of files that are uploaded or downloaded from your GONet account automatically:
Health Reconciliation File (A list of claims being submitted by a user, including premiums)
Batch File (When CabMD submits claims, the Ministry of Health sends back a confirmation that they were received)
Rejection File (Lists the claims that are being rejected from a batch, explaining why each claim was rejected)
Remittance File (Lists the claims that are being paid from a batch, explaining any differences in amounts paid)
Error File (Some files are not correctly formatted, if they are - they are completely rejected)
CabMD automatically connects to GONet on your behalf, and uploads any submitted claims that you may submit through the CabMD user interface, and then automatically downloads any existing files in their system and processes them for easy use by the user. This means that you won't have to own a modem, or have any connection to the Ministry of Health - we do it all for you!
Also, when claims get rejected - we highlight and tell you in English exactly why the Ministry of Health did not accept the claim, allowing you to easily correct the claim and resubmit.