Clear Form
NOTICE: Any person who knowingly files a statement of claim containing any misrepresentation or any false, incomplete or misleading information may
be guilty of a criminal act punishable under law and may be subject to civil penalties.
MEDICARE AND CHAMPUS PAYMENTS: A patients signature requests that payment be made and authorizes release of any information necessary to process
the claim and certies that the information provided in Blocks 1 through 12 is true, accurate and complete. In the case of a Medicare claim, the patients signature
authorizes any entity to release to Medicare medical and nonmedical information, including employment status, and whether the person has employer group health
insurance, liability, no-fault, worker’s compensation or other insurance which is responsible to pay for the services for which the Medicare claim is made. See 42
CFR 411.24(a). If item 9 is completed, the patient’s signature authorizes release of the information to the health plan or agency shown. In Medicare assigned or
CHAMPUS participation cases, the physician agrees to accept the charge determination of the Medicare carrier or CHAMPUS scal intermediary as the full charge,
and the patient is responsible only for the deductible, coinsurance and noncovered services. Coinsurance and the deductible are based upon the charge
determination of the Medicare carrier or CHAMPUS scal intermediary if this is less than the charge submitted. CHAMPUS is not a health insurance program but
makes payment for health benets provided through certain afliations with the Uniformed Services. Information on the patient’s sponsor should be provided in those
items captioned in “Insured”; i.e., items 1a, 4, 6, 7, 9, and 11.
The provider agrees to accept the amount paid by the Government as payment in full. See Black Lung and FECA instructions regarding required procedure and
diagnosis coding systems.
I certify that the services shown on this form were medically indicated and necessary for the health of the patient and were personally furnished by me or were furnished
incident to my professional service by my employee under my immediate personal supervision, except as otherwise expressly permitted by Medicare or CHAMPUS
For services to be considered as “incident” to a physicians professional service, 1) they must be rendered under the physician’s immediate personal supervision
by his/her employee, 2) they must be an integral, although incidental part of a covered physician’s service, 3) they must be of kinds commonly furnished in physician’s
ofces, and 4) the services of nonphysicians must be included on the physicians bills.
For CHAMPUS claims, I further certify that I (or any employee) who rendered services am not an active duty member of the Uniformed Services or a civilian employee
of the United States Government or a contract employee of the United States Government, either civilian or military (refer to 5 USC 5536). For Black-Lung claims,
I further certify that the services performed were for a Black Lung-related disorder.
No Part B Medicare benets may be paid unless this form is received as required by existing law and regulations (42 CFR 424.32).
NOTICE: Any one who misrepresents or falsies essential information to receive payment from Federal funds requested by this form may upon conviction be subject
to ne and imprisonment under applicable Federal laws.
We are authorized by CMS, CHAMPUS and OWCP to ask you for information needed in the administration of the Medicare, CHAMPUS, FECA, and Black Lung
programs. Authority to collect information is in section 205(a), 1862, 1872 and 1874 of the Social Security Act as amended, 42 CFR 411.24(a) and 424.5(a) (6), and
44 USC 3101;41 CFR 101 et seq and 10 USC 1079 and 1086; 5 USC 8101 et seq; and 30 USC 901 et seq; 38 USC 613; E.O. 9397.
The information we obtain to complete claims under these programs is used to identify you and to determine your eligibility. It is also used to decide if the services
and supplies you received are covered by these programs and to insure that proper payment is made.
The information may also be given to other providers of services, carriers, intermediaries, medical review boards, health plans, and other organizations or Federal
agencies, for the effective administration of Federal provisions that require other third parties payers to pay primary to Federal program, and as otherwise necessary
to administer these programs. For example, it may be necessary to disclose information about the benets you have used to a hospital or doctor. Additional disclosures
are made through routine uses for information contained in systems of records.
FOR MEDICARE CLAIMS: See the notice modifying system No. 09-70-0501, titled, ‘Carrier Medicare Claims Record,’ published in the Federal Register, Vol. 55
No. 177, page 37549, Wed. Sept. 12, 1990, or as updated and republished.
FOR OWCP CLAIMS: Department of Labor, Privacy Act of 1974, “Republication of Notice of Systems of Records,” Federal Register Vol. 55 No. 40, Wed Feb. 28,
1990, See ESA-5, ESA-6, ESA-12, ESA-13, ESA-30, or as updated and republished.
FOR CHAMPUS CLAIMS: PRINCIPLE PURPOSE(S): To evaluate eligibility for medical care provided by civilian sources and to issue payment upon establishment
of eligibility and determination that the services/supplies received are authorized by law.
ROUTINE USE(S): Information from claims and related documents may be given to the Dept. of Veterans Affairs, the Dept. of Health and Human Services and/or
the Dept. of Transportation consistent with their statutory administrative responsibilities under CHAMPUS/CHAMPVA; to the Dept. of Justice for representation of
the Secretary of Defense in civil actions; to the Internal Revenue Service, private collection agencies, and consumer reporting agencies in connection with recoupment
claims; and to Congressional Ofces in response to inquiries made at the request of the person to whom a record pertains. Appropriate disclosures may be made
to other federal, state, local, foreign government agencies, private business entities, and individual providers of care, on matters relating to entitlement, claims
adjudication, fraud, program abuse, utilization review, quality assurance, peer review, program integrity, third-party liability, coordination of benets, and civil and
criminal litigation related to the operation of CHAMPUS.
DISCLOSURES: Voluntary; however, failure to provide information will result in delay in payment or may result in denial of claim. With the one exception discussed
below, there are no penalties under these programs for refusing to supply information. However, failure to furnish information regarding the medical services rendered
or the amount charged would prevent payment of claims under these programs. Failure to furnish any other information, such as name or claim number, would delay
payment of the claim. Failure to provide medical information under FECA could be deemed an obstruction.
It is mandatory that you tell us if you know that another party is responsible for paying for your treatment. Section 1128B of the Social Security Act and 31 USC 3801-
3812 provide penalties for withholding this information.
You should be aware that P.L. 100-503, the “Computer Matching and Privacy Protection Act of 1988”, permits the government to verify information by way of computer matches.
I hereby agree to keep such records as are necessary to disclose fully the extent of services provided to individuals under the State’s Title XIX plan and to furnish
information regarding any payments claimed for providing such services as the State Agency or Dept. of Health and Human Services may request.
I further agree to accept, as payment in full, the amount paid by the Medicaid program for those claims submitted for payment under that program, with the exception
of authorized deductible, coinsurance, co-payment or similar cost-sharing charge.
SIGNATURE OF PHYSICIAN (OR SUPPLIER): I certify that the services listed above were medically indicated and necessary to the health of this patient and were
personally furnished by me or my employee under my personal direction.
NOTICE: This is to certify that the foregoing information is true, accurate and complete. I understand that payment and satisfaction of this claim will be from Federal and State
funds, and that any false claims, statements, or documents, or concealment of a material fact, may be prosecuted under applicable Federal or State laws.
According to the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995, no persons are required to respond to a collection of information unless it displays a valid OMB control number. The valid OMB
control number for this information collection is 0938-0999. The time required to complete this information collection is estimated to average 10 minutes per response, including the
time to review instructions, search existing data resources, gather the data needed, and complete and review the information collection. If you have any comments concerning the
accuracy of the time estimate(s) or suggestions for improving this form, please write to: CMS, Attn: PRA Reports Clearance Ofcer, 7500 Security Boulevard, Baltimore, Maryland
21244-1850. T his address is for comments and/or suggestions only. DO NOT MAIL COMPLETED CLAIM FORMS TO THIS ADDRESS.