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OHIP Billing Tip #34 - Billing More than 99 Anesthesia Units

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The Ministry of Health's system was designed to only accept 2 digits for the quantity. As such, a service with over 99 units needs to be broken into two claims.

For example, if you want to submit a procedure and the total number of units is 120 (basic units + time units), you need to create two identical claims - Claim #1 with 99 units and Claim #2 with 21 units. (see below screenshots). 

Claim #1

Claim #2

REMINDER: You will need to flag both claims as manual review by checking the "Manual Review" box and fax your patient notes to Ministry of Health.

For more billing tips, please check out our "Weekly Tip Library" at https://mdbillingca.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/categories/201145803

Questions? Check under the HELP tab or send an email to support@mdbilling.ca

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MDBilling.ca Ltd.

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