EDI 837 Q2 Healthcare Claim: Dental
What is the EDI 837 dental transaction set?
The EDI 837 Healthcare Claim transaction set and format have been specified by HIPAA 5010 standards for the electronic exchange of healthcare claim information. HIPAA 5010 837 transaction sets used are: 837 Q1 for professionals, 837 Q2 for dental practices, and 837 Q3 for institutions. Providers sent the proper 837 transaction set to payers. (See an example 837 Q2 below.) This transaction set can be used to submit healthcare claim billing information, encounter information, or both.
The payer refers to a third party entity that pays claims or administers the insurance product or benefit or both. he payer may be an insurance company, health maintenance organization (HMO), preferred provider organization (PPO), government agency (Medicare, Medicaid, etc.) or an entity such as a third party administrator (TPA) or third party organization (TPO) that may be contracted by one of those groups. Providers may send 837s directly to payers or via clearinghouses. The EDI 837 transaction set can also be used to transmit healthcare claims and billing payment information between payers with different payment responsibilities where coordination of benefits is required. It may also be used between payers and regulatory agencies.
Health insurers and other payers send their payments and coordination of benefits information back to providers via the EDI 835 transaction set.
The claim information for a single care encounter between patient and provider basically includes: patient descriptors; condition for which treatment was provided; services provided; cost(s) of said treatment.
The 837 Q2 Healthcare Claim: Dental transaction set can be used to submit healthcare claim billing information, encounter information, or both, from providers of healthcare services to payers, either directly or via intermediary billers and claims clearinghouses.
EDI 837 Q2 Format Example
Commercial Health Insurance
ASC X12 Version: 005010 | Transaction Set: 837 | TR3 ID: 005010X224
The patient is a different person than the subscriber. The payer is a commercial health insurance company.
|ST*837*3456*005010X224~||ST TRANSACTION SET HEADER|
|BHT*0019*00*0123*20061123*1023*CH~||BHT TRANSACTION SET HIERARCHY AND CONTROL INFORMATION|
|NM1*41*2*PREMIER BILLING SERVICE*****46*TGJ23~||NM1 SUBMITTER|
|PER*IC*JERRY*TE*7176149999~||PER SUBMITTER EDI CONTACT INFORMATION|
|NM1*40*2*INSURANCE COMPANY XYZ*****46*66783JJT~||NM1 RECEIVER|
2000A BILLING PROVIDER HL LOOP
|HL*1**20*1~||HIERARCHAL LEVEL 1|
2010AA BILLING PROVIDER
|NM1*85*2*DENTAL ASSOCIATES*****XX*1234567890~||NM1 BILLING PROVIDER NAME|
|N3*234 SEAWAY ST~||N3 BILLING PROVIDER ADDRESS|
|N4*MIAMI*FL*33111~||N4 BILLING PROVIDER LOCATION|
|REF*EI*587654321~||REF BILLING PROVIDER’S TAX IDENTIFICATION|
2000B SUBSCRIBER HL LOOP
|HL*2*1*22*1~||HIERARCHAL LEVEL 2|
|SBR*P********CI~||SBR SUBSCRIBER INFORMATION|
|NM1*IL*1*SMITH*JANE****MI*111223333~||NM1 SUBSCRIBER’S NAME|
|NM1*PR*2*INSURANCE COMPANY XYZ*****PI*66783JJT~||NM1 PAYER’S NAME|
2000C PATIENT’S HL LOOP
|HL*3*2*23*0~||HIERARCHAL LEVEL 3|
|PAT*19~||PAT PATIENT INFORMATION|
|NM1*QC*1*SMITH*TED~||NM1 PATIENT’S NAME|
|N3*236 N MAIN ST~||N3 PATIENT’S ADDRESS|
|N4*MIAMI*FL*33413~||N4 PATIENT’S CITY|
|DMG*D8*19920501*M~||DMG PATIENT DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION|
|CLM*26403774*150***11:B:1*Y*A*Y*I~||CLM HEALTH CLAIM INFORMATION|
|DTP*472*D8*20061029~||DTP DATE – SERVICE DATE|
|REF*D9*17312345600006351~||REF VAN CLAIM NUMBER|
2310B RENDERING PROVIDER
|NM1*82*1*KILDARE*BEN****XX*9876543210~||NM1 RENDERING PROVIDER’S NAME|
|PRV*PE*PXC*1223G0001X~||PRV RENDERING PROVIDER INFORMATION|
2400 SERVICE LINE
|LX*1~||LX SERVICE LINE NUMBER|
|SV3*AD:D2150*100****1~||SV3 DENTAL SERVICE|
|TOO*JP*12*M:O~||TOO TOOTH NUMBER/SURFACES|
2400 SERVICE LINE
|LX*2~||LX SERVICE LINE NUMBER|
|SV3*AD:D1110*50****1~||SV3 DENTAL SERVICE|
|SE*31*3456~||SE TRANSACTION SET TRAILER|
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