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Created by Michael C on 2011-06-13 07:51:30 Back to Topics

SIS Mandated Phase

Hi Ashley,

Version 3.1.1 of the ISPG had a section called SIS Mandated Phase (section 11.2.3).  This section has been removed from version 3.2 but the change doesn't seem to have been "tracked".  Can you confirm if that rule stated in version 3.1.1 has changed?  Version 3.2 would seem to suggest that carriers can continue to submit old format until Sept 2012, regardless of the status of the migrated carrier... Can you please clarify?
 
Many thanks,
Michael
Replied by Ashley H on 2011-06-20 17:14:11
Dear Michael,
 
This section was removed in ISPG v3.2 because it is an ICH rule and will be outlined in the ICH manual. Please refer to the post Block incoming claims via ICH-WEB in the Timelines & Mandate Dates discussion board where this question was previously addressed.

This rule has not changed and what is stated in v3.2 holds - migrated entities will have to be able to process both IS-formats and old IDEC until Sep 2012.

Best regards

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Posted: Monday, June 13, 2011 7:51 AM
Subject: SIS Mandated Phase

Hi Ashley,

Version 3.1.1 of the ISPG had a section called SIS Mandated Phase (section 11.2.3).  This section has been removed from version 3.2 but the change doesn't seem to have been "tracked".  Can you confirm if that rule stated in version 3.1.1 has changed?  Version 3.2 would seem to suggest that carriers can continue to submit old format until Sept 2012, regardless of the status of the migrated carrier... Can you please clarify?
 
Many thanks,
Michael
 
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