Nevada Medicaid: DXC Technology
Please follow the Enrollment Instructions below to become an electronic submitter for Nevada Medicaid.
Required Process for those applying for new Submitter IDs
The following process must be completed prior to initiation of electronic claim submission.
1. Complete the online trading partner application.
2. Contact us when you have the Trading Partner ID (also called Submitter ID)
3. We will assist you with providing Medicaid with the Public Key and sending the test batch
To begin, please click the following link then click on "Trading Partner Enrollment Application"
Please see below for further instructions on completing this application.
If you have any questions regarding this enrollment process, please call the EDI Technology Support Center at 1-877-638-3472.
Online Trading Partner Enrollment
Click the Trading Partner Enrollment Application link
Read the welcome information/instructions then press Continue when ready
Complete the first section with your Provider or Company name, address, and business type
Complete the next two sections with your contact information then press Continue
On the following screen, select the following:
835 Health Care Claim Payment/Advice if you want to receive electronic remittance advice
837I Health Care Claim Institutional if you want to submit electronic institutional claims (UB 04)
837P Health Care Claim Professional if you want to submit electronic professional claims (CMS 1500)
Press Continue when done
Check the box to accept the terms then electronically sign and Submit
Review the information for accuracy then press Confirm at the bottom
You will see a message showing the application has been submitted.
What happens next?
Medicaid will send you an email with your trading partner ID
You will then need to contact us so we can assist with generating the Key and testing
We can be reached anytime between 6am - 4pm (AZ) at 602-439-2525
Once the Key has been emailed to Medicaid they will email you back with approval to begin testing
We will send the test batch with you then email them for production approval
When you have been assigned production approval you can begin sending real claims for payment
Please have 10 claims ready for testing. Test files should consist of a variety of claims that represent the type of claims you will be submitting once production status is achieved. Test claims will not be processed for payment but will be validated against production files; therefore, they must contain valid patient procedure, diagnosis, and provider information.