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Can you use the Web Tool for adjustments, if you filed through a clearinghouse?

Yes, you may submit an adjustment through the Web Tool, even if the original claim was filed using a clearinghouse – as long as it is within 15-18 months. However, UB-04 (Institutional) billers must file adjustments in the same medium as the original claim.

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How far back can you file a void?

15 - 18 months

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How long does it take to process an adjustment?

It takes approximately 30-45 days to process an adjustment - the same as a normal claim in process.
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If doing a void/replace adjustment, does the Form 130 go along with the CMS-1500 claim form?

Yes, the replacement claim will be attached to the Form 130.
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If you have a multiline claim and only one line needs recouping, you still complete an adjustment?

Yes, claims are 100% adjusted, all lines will be replaced.
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Is an adjustment only done when you have been paid?

Yes, only paid claims can receive an overpayment or underpayment.

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What happens if someone in your office initiates a refund with the 205 and an adjustment, how do you get it back?

The program area would have to research the adjustment to return funds.
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What happens if you void the wrong claim?

If it is voided, you can submit a new claim in.
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When a claim is in a denied status, can you do an adjustment?

You must wait for the rejection, and then do a correction. An adjustment can only be made to a paid claim.

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When would you use a void?

You would use a void if you bill for something by mistake; accidental claim submission, for example.

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