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HCFA Claim Form


     Important information on the HCFA Claim form - they are soon to be replaced by CMS 1500 forms.  Insurance companies will no longer pay when claims are submitted on HCFA forms in early 2007.  Read here for more important information on the CMS 1500 replacements.

     A HCFA 1500 Claim Form is a red and white form used by doctors and other medical professionals for submitting medical insurance claims to the insurance companies for payment for their services.

     HCFA forms are widely available in several forms - track feed, laser, single copy, double copy, and with and without bar codes. 

     Your printer will determine whether you need track feed or laser.  Most offices today no longer use track feed.  Our office prints out only single copy HCFA's as it is very easy to go back and print another if necessary later on. 

     Many insurance claims today are sent electronically, but many secondary claims and claims sent to smaller insurance companies must still be printed out on HCFA's and mailed.

     HCFA's must be filled out completely and accurately for the insurance company to consider payment.  For information on completing a HCFA form properly, see our page with detailed instructions.

     For more information on
Submitting Insurance Claims.

     For detailed instructions on filling out a HCFA claim form.


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