Parkland Provider Claims

Provider Claims

PCHP makes it easy for healthcare providers to submit claims, with EDI vendors and easy clean claim requirements.

Providers may submit medical claims to PCHP using the following methods:

  • Electronic submission (EDI – Preferred)
  • TexMedConnect
  • Paper or hard copy

Electronic (EDI) Claims Submission

Providers may submit medical claims electronically to Parkland Community Health Plan using EDI X12 837 5010 transactions.

The Parkland Community Health Plan Payer ID for electronic claims is Payer ID # 66917.

TriZetto Provider Solutions: Our Preferred Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) Source

Parkland and Cognizant Healthcare Services, LLC (a subsidiary of Cognizant Technology Solutions) are partners. Part of that business venture includes encouraging our providers to submit electronic claims through Cognizant’s TriZetto Provider Solutions (TPS).

TPS is more than just a clearinghouse. It provides exceptional service by combining enhanced provider solutions with superior client support. TPS is Parkland’s preferred EDI connection.

If you would like to connect directly to TPS at no cost, please complete this form.

If you already use a clearinghouse, such as Availity, Office Ally, Emdeon, Claim Logic, etc., your claims will be sent to Parkland. There will be no changes and you do not need to complete the form.

For more information, please email TTPSSupport@cognizant.com


TexMedConnect

Claims may be submitted electronically to TMHP through TexMedConnect on the TMHP website at tmhp.com


Paper Claim Submission

Providers may submit medical claims on CMS approved paper forms (CMS-1500 or CMS-1450) to Parkland Community Health Plan. Providers must submit paper claims in the appropriate format and must be legible.

Paper Claim forms mailing address:

Parkland Community Health Plan
Attn: Claims
PO Box 560327
Dallas, TX 75356

A claim resubmission is a claim originally denied because of incorrect coding (would be considered a corrected claim) or missing information (would be considered a resubmission) or that prevents Parkland Community Health Plan (PCHP) from processing the claim.

The additional information (COB form/corrected claim/etc) can be submitted via:

  • on the Provider Portal via the "Claim Resubmission/Reconsideration Form"
  • or in writing with our Claims Dispute Form with all supporting documentation mailed to:
    Parkland Community Health Plan
    Attn: Claims Dispute
    PO Box 560327
    Dallas, TX 75356

A claim appeal is a written request by a provider to give further consideration to a claim reimbursement decision based on the original and or additionally submitted information. The document submitted by the provider must include verbiage including the word "appeal".

View our Claim Appeal Request Process and Form.

An appeal must meet the following requirements:

  • Submit a copy of the Remit/EOB page on which the claim is paid or denied.
  • Submit one copy of the Remit/EOB for each claim appealed.
  • Circle all appealed claims per Remit/EOB page.
  • Identify the reason for the appeal.
  • If applicable, indicate the incorrect information and provide the corrected information that should be used to appeal the claim.
  • Attach a copy of any supporting documentation that is required or has been requested by Parkland Community Health Plan. Supporting documentation to prove timely filing should be the acceptance report from Parkland Community Health Plan to the provider’s claims clearinghouse. Supporting documentation must be on a separate page and not copied on the opposite side of the Remit/EOB.
  • Please submit your appeals and all supporting documentation to the following address:

Title 42 of the Code of Federal Regulations (42 CFR), at 447.45 (d) (1), states “The Medicaid agency must require providers to submit all claims no later than 12 months from the date of service.” The 12-month filing deadline applies to all claims. Claims not submitted within 365 days (12 months) from the date of service cannot be considered for payment. Retroactive eligibility does not constitute an exception to the federal filing deadline.