The thousands of participants served by the various programs administered by the Indiana State Department of Health are fortunate to have the participation of excellent health care providers across the wide spectrum of medical specialties. Their significant contribution to the well being of this sector of Indiana's population is appreciated.
IMPORTANT EOP (REMITTANCE ADVICE) NOTICE FOR PROVIDERS
Effective 1/1/2012 providers need to obtain EOP information from the Children's Special Health Care Services (CSHCS) Web Portal. We will not be able to provide EOP information over the telephone. The CSHCS Program has previously sent 2 notifications to providers that the program will no longer send a paper EOP (for paid or denied claims) to providers after 12/31/2011.
If you have not already done so, please enroll in the Web Portal now by clicking on the Web Portal link to the left of this page and completing the short enrollment form. Please be sure any third party billers that you would like to have access to the Web Portal information are also listed on your enrollment form. The Web Portal will allow providers to view and/or print EOPs and check claim & enrollment status. Another option would be to contact our EDI team at 1-800-475-1355, option 5, then option 1 to inquire about receiving the 835 Electronic Remittance Advice.
835 Change Notice
Effective on 1/1/2014, the Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH), Children's Special Health Care Services (CSHCS) Program will implement changes to V5010 835 Electronic Remittance Advice (ERA). The ISDH, CSHCS will be populating TRN04 - Reference Identification with the value 400C(2-digit Fiscal Year)SNM
. This new value represents the CSHCS PROGRAM within the ISDH Agency. Please make changes accordingly to accommodate this newly populated data element.
Provider Document Download Center
CSHCS Provider Agreement Packet
Electronic Data Interchange/Trading Partner Agreement:
CSHCS accepts electronic transactions. If you would like to submit claims electronically, please complete one of each of the forms below.
Please note that after completion of these forms, they must be sent to the Children's Special Health Care Services Program at 2 N. Meridian Street, Section 5C, Indianapolis, IN, 46204; by fax to 1-317-233-1342; or call for an email address. Please do not send directly to the Auditor of State's office. Provider Bulletins:
- Bulletin 1, August 2003
- Bulletin 2, September 2003
- Bulletin 3, February 2007
- Bulletin 4, May 2007
- Bulletin 5, May 2007
- Bulletin 6, November 2009
- Bulletin 7/8, March 2011
- Bulletin 9, October 2011
- Bulletin 10, December 2011
- Bulletin 11, January 2014
Getting the flu vaccine is the best way to prevent flu. For children younger than 5 years of age and those with chronic health conditions, like asthma and neuro-developmental disorders, getting the flu vaccine is especially important to avoid serious flu complications like pneumonia, which can lead to hospitalization and even death. Please join us in encouraging everyone to get vaccinated. Remember the flu ends with you!
The CDC website describing the focus is National Influenza Vaccination Week
. In addition, there is more information at flu.gov
and at the CDC's Seasonal Influenza
Below are links to brochures that have specifically been developed for parents of typical children and also children with chronic medical conditions, including children with special health care needs. Please distribute and forward these as you feel are appropriate.