How do I find my Bic number for Medi-Cal?

When you apply and are approved for Medi-Cal services, you are issued a BIC card, which is mailed to you. To access your BIC card if it is lost or stolen, you must contact your Medi-Cal case manager. Gain access to a new medical BIC card by contacting your welfare case manager at your local welfare department.

What does BIC mean for Medi-Cal?

plastic Benefits Identification Card
The Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) issues a plastic Benefits Identification Card (BIC) to each Medi-Cal recipient. It is the provider’s responsibility to verify that the person is eligible for services and is the individual to whom the card was issued.

What is my Medi-Cal provider PIN?

The Provider Identification Number (PIN) is the additional validation of an enrolled provider’s identity that is used when a provider conducts business transactions with the Medi-Cal program and the fiscal intermediary, Xerox State Healthcare, LLC (Xerox).

How do I find a provider with Medi-Cal?

You can use DHCS’ find a provider form to help by following only three simple steps when you search by location:

  1. Select your program: Medi-Cal Managed Care or Cal MediConnect.
  2. Choose a provider type: Doctor, hospital, medical clinic or dentist/dental clinic.
  3. Search by location: Address, zip code or county.

How many digits is a Medi-Cal BIC number?

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The 14-character BIC ID number is needed to access the Medi-Cal Eligibility Verification System.

What does a Bic card look like?

You will soon get a Medi-Cal identification card called a Benefits Identification Card, or BIC. It is white with blue writing, and it has a picture of the seal of the State of California. It will also have your name on it. This card will be sent to you in a separate letter.

How do I get a new BIC from Medi-Cal?

Helpful Hints

  1. Lost or stolen Medi-Cal Beneficiary Identification Cards (BIC): If you have just lost your BIC card, contact your local county worker for a replacement.
  2. The California Medical Board: (800) 430-4263.
  3. Medi-Cal Managed Care Ombudsman: (888) 452-8609.
  4. Medi-Cal Billing: (800) 541-5555.

Can I use my Bic card at Kaiser?

If you qualify to have Kaiser Permanente as your health care plan and/or provider, it can take an additional 30 days to become enrolled in Kaiser Permanente Medi-Cal. Please continue to bring your Medi-Cal BIC to your appointments even after you receive your Kaiser Permanente ID card.

Can Medi-Cal patients be billed?

Yes. To bill Medi-Cal, a provider must complete the appropriate enrollment forms. For questions on which forms to use, contact the Out-of-State Provider Unit at (916) 636-1960. If a provider chooses not to enroll, they may bill the patient.

What is provider information?

Provider Information means at a minimum Providers’ full name, specialty and/or specializations, city and state, and Direct Address. Provider information may also include practice street address, associate organization name(s), Provider gender, languages spoken, and National Provider Identifier (NPI). Sample 2.

How can I use my BIC for health care services?

You may use your BIC for health care services through Medi-Cal FFS from enrolled Medi-Cal providers until you enroll into a managed care health plan. The Health Care Options (HCO) Program will mail information explaining your health plan choices and enrollment packets about managed care plans.

What is a Medi-Cal Bic card?

The Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) issues a plastic Benefits Identification Card (BIC) to each Medi-Cal recipient for identification purposes. The BIC is used to access the POS network to determine a recipient’s eligibility and scope of benefits.

How does the Medi-Cal fee for service program work in California?

Welcome to the Medi-Cal Provider Home Under the guidance of the California Department of Health Care Services, the Medi-Cal fee-for-service program aims to provide health care services to about 13 million Medi-Cal beneficiaries. The Medi-Cal fee-for-service program adjudicates both Medi-Cal and associated health care program claims.

What is the claim control number for Medi Cal?

Note: The Claim Control Number is used to identify and track Medi-Cal claims as they move through the claims processing system. This number contains the Julian date, which indicates the date a claim was received by the California MMIS Fiscal Intermediary and is used to monitor timely submission of a claim.