For provider accounts that cannot be debited, BCBSIL will follow the guidelines of the Payment Recovery Program (PRP).
The PRP allows BCBSIL to recoup duplicate payments made to contracted facilities and professional providers.* What should providers do right now, if anything?
Exchange 2003 already passed the date of support cycle on April 08 2014 but removal has not been so easy for many organizations.
A process called Recipient Update Service (RUS) was responsible for populating the legacy Exchange DN value using the current location in conjunction with the given name (CN).
Make sure you remove all the mailboxes and Home Server value from any leftover disabled mailbox else uninstallation will not work.
Right Click on the mailbox store in the Exchange system manager and select delete. Uninstall Exchange 2003 servers from Add / remove programs in the control panel.
BCBSIL has taken steps to resolve this issue as quickly and efficiently as possible. On the Electronic Remittance Advice (ERA), the Check or EFT Trace Number will appear in the TRN02 segment. BCBSIL will be debiting affected provider bank accounts beginning May 16, 2016, for all erroneous credits, in accordance with section 1.2 of the EFT Agreement.
You can also review the Electronic Payment Summary (EPS) for claim payment details and/or use the Availity Remittance Viewer. Debits will be reflected on the provider’s bank statement on the day following the transaction.