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  • Modifier 59 Policy Changes with ClaimsXten (04/16/2014), read more.
  • BCBSMT streamlines Medical Policies page (04/09/2014), read more.
  • Tips for using a 270 eligibility/benefit request (04/08/2014), read more.
  • NEW! ICD-10 Update: Law postpones ICD-10 implementation, read more.
  • Medicare Crossover Claims Submission Reminder, read more.
  • BCBSMT working with providers on contracts and credentialing, read more.
  • NEW! Reference Guide for HCM Processes.
  • 2014 First Quarter Capsule News, read more.
  • ALERT: Temporary number for calls for expedited appeals or peer-to-peer reviews, read more.
  • Tips for Claims Processing, read more.
  • ClaimsXten Second Quarter 2014 Updates, read more.
  • Submitting professional paper claims? Read this.
  • Effective date for provider fee schedule postponed, read more.
  • Clarification: 'Operational Updates for Montana Providers,' read more.
  • Member ID card ALERT, read more.
  • Provider Operational Updates, learn more.  
  • Visit Provider Education to learn more about Medical Policy, ClaimsXten change BlueCard HOST and FEP online inquiry.
  • Electronic Claims Reduce Cost and Accelerate Payment. Learn More!
  • Electronic Fund Transfer (EFT), learn more.
  • Provider Online Services: New since 1.1.14, read more


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    Eligible providers are welcome to join our network community. To determine what provider networks you are eligible for, refer to the Provider Network Participation Policy.

    The contracting process for participation in the various provider networks is simple to complete. Credentialing may be required depending on the specific network you are joining.

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    Blue Patient Safety Toolkit

    The Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association (BCBSA) has launched the Blue Patient Safety Toolkit to provide tools, resources, and industry best practices that may be used by providers to assist with improving safety. The Toolkit focuses on four critical areas.  Click on each module to learn more!

    In addition to the toolkit, the Blue Surgical Safety Checklist was designed to proactively enforce the importance of patient safety.  It was designed by the World Health Organization (WHO) and consists of 19 steps designed to improve communication and consistancy of care within surgical teams and reduce avoidable complications.

      Blue Surgical Safety Checklist

    For hospitals that test the checklist and would like to be recognized on the WHO website, register at WHO.

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