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Report 1510 Claims Detail Report

Overview

This report will assist you in verifying if a UA modifier was sent on a claim.

Assign Permission

You will first need to assign permission for this report by editing the applicable roles.  If you are not familiar with editing staff roles, please review this support article:  Change Permissions (Edit a Role).

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Run Report

  1. Go to the Reports Module.
  2. In the Search box at the top, enter 1510
    • Your search results should return Report 1510 Claim Detail Report.
  3. Click on the Claims Detail Report link.
    • The window will open allowing you to choose different filters for running the report.
    • You will want to run the report based on the following questions:
Did the UA modifier travel on the correct claims?

If you currently bill CTSS, you will want to run this report to find out if a UA modifier was attached to the right codes.

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  1. Date of Submission: 7/1/2016-7/31/2016
  2. MN Medical Assistance Program (Client Module/Payer tab): Choose CTSS
  3. Click Display
    • You will be able to see if the billed services for CTSS clients contained a UA modifier.
Did they travel when they were not supposed to?

For non-CTSS claims, you will want to run this report to find out if any of your claims accidentally had a UA modifier on them.

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  1. Date of Submission: 7/1/2016-7/31/2016
  2. Program: Highlight all programs except CTSS
    • To select multiple list items, hold down CTRL and click on each needed item.
  3. Claim Modifier: Choose UA.
  4. Click Display.
    • You will be able to see if the billed services for non-CTSS clients contained a UA modifier.

If You Find Errors

Claims sent incorrectly can be resent once you have completed the steps to automate UA modifiers.  The 1510 report provides a link to the Invoice Window for claim resubmission. Be sure to verify each modifier prior to resending your claim.

Note:  In rare situations, a replacement claim may be necessary.  Please contact the payer if you have questions regarding a specific claim.

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