JF Noridian Administrative Services: Idaho Medicare
Noridian Administrative Services LLC (NAS) administers Medicare health insurance for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) for Jurisdiction F. If you are a provider located in Jurisdiction F and need to become an electronic submitter for your Medicare A/B Claims, please follow the enrollment instructions below.
All providers must first register for Noridian’s EDISS Connect site.
The provider guide for this process can be found here: http://www.edissweb.com/docs/shared/connect-provider-manual.pdf
The vendor (billing services) guide for this process can be found here: http://www.edissweb.com/docs/shared/connect-vendor_manual.pdf
Once you have established your EDDIS Connect account, please log in.
You must download and submit the required forms
Once done, click on “Manage Transactions” you will see “testing required” next to the transactions that require testing
Please Note: The box under "Who Will Perform Transactions?" that says "I Will" should be checked indicating you will be sending transactions as a direct Submitter. Axiom/ClaimShuttle is NOT a "Vendor". The term "Vendor" in EDISS refers to a Billing Service or Clearinghouse and we are a Network Service Vendor.
Click the link that says “testing required” and it will allow you to browse until you find your test file.
Submit your test claims. It may take up to 48 hours before the system indicates if you have “passed” or “failed”
Once you have passed testing please contact Noridian and verify if you are approved to submit production files.
Noridian’s contact information: Jurisdiction F (JF) Part A and B: 877-908-8431
We can now process 276/277 requests (claim status). If this is a transaction you would like to utilize please make sure to enroll with the payer.
Once you have your Submitter ID and Password from Noridian and are approved to send production files please call the ClaimShuttle Support Team at 602-439-2525 Option 1. We will assist you with setting up your Mailbox and your first transmission.