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Health and dental claim statements now provide at-a-glance summaries as well as clearer details on how your claim was process. Click on the links below for more information:
Where can you go to get more help with understanding your Alberta Blue Cross claim statements?
Since the issues relating to adjudication are complex, we issue a detailed claim statement for each completed claim.
These are often accompanied by a cheque, and are intended to help you understand the decisions made about the claim you submitted. Statements for different benefit categories (for example, dental and health services) vary slightly in layout, but contain most of the same essential information. The numbers below point out some important areas of claim statements:
61: The amount of time allotted by this plan for submitting claims has been exceeded.
Clarification: Your plan requires that you send in your paid receipts to Alberta Blue Cross within a specified period of time. If your receipts are not received within this time limit, you will not be eligible to claim for the products or services.
307: Payment has been reduced as the maximum amount payable for the benefit or benefit period has been reached. Any remaining portion is not eligible for reimbursement on this plan.
Clarification: The dollar maximum allowed for this benefit or benefit period has been reached. You may claim again once you are in your new benefit period. Examples:
378: The maximum amount for this benefit has been paid. The remaining portion is not eligible for reimbursement.
Clarification: The dollar maximum allowed for this service has been reached. For example, you submitted a $40 claim for massage therapy, but your plan maximum is $23. Your portion of the payment will be $17.
448: In order to assess this claim, we require an original maximum reached letter from the provincial plan.
Clarification: We require a letter from your provincial health plan indicating that the maximum dollar amount has been reached. This must be submitted to our offices, along with other supporting documents, in order for your claim to be assessed.
790: The claimed amount has been reduced to the maximum amount allowed by your plan for this product. The remaining portion is not eligible for reimbursement.
Clarification: The plan that you are on with your employer has a maximum fee allowable for this product or service. The claim is reduced to that fee amount.
1639: This patient is not eligible for this benefit.
Clarification: The product or service is not covered by your benefits plan.