If you have recently been involved in an accident that turned out to be the result of negligence or employer wrongdoing, then it would behoove you to contact an Nelli bureau. The National Council on Compensation Insurance, better known as NCCI, is an independent U.S. consumer rating and information collection agency specializing in worker’s compensation. Operating solely under the custody of its member insurers and with a not for profit philosophy, NCCI provides data covering approximately four million compensation claims made against employers and two million medical claims filed by former employees.


When you visit the NCCI website, you can find a listing of current reports, which are frequently updated. You can also get a free quote online, as well as learn more about the features of the NCCI website. One of the many tools that you can use when browsing the site is the NCCI Tool, which allows you to request an NCCI report and review it online right away. By requesting an NCCI report, you will receive notification of any changes made to your file, if applicable, as well as important contact information needed for follow-up actions.

The goal behind the creation of the NCCI Tool is to give employers a quick and easy means of determining whether they are paying the right price for a particular claim, as well as making sure that they are not being overcharged for a claim that would be considered by any other standard. The NCCI Tool makes it easy for you to determine whether an Office of the General Counsel employee has provided the correct code combination for a claim submitted to the office. For example, when a patient is injured in an accident and requires surgery, then the Office of the General Counsel receives requests for claims number 1 through number 9 from insurance companies requesting code numbers. If the office determines that the code was improperly entered, then the office notifies the insurance company or other third-party payer.

After determining the appropriate modifiers to enter into the claim (such as a Surgery, Incision Location, or Work Site), the NCCI software then performs an exhaustive verification process. This exhaustive verification process verifies each value, such as hospitalization charges, authorization code, and reimbursement amount. In addition, the NCCI performs a random check to determine whether each value is appropriate, as well as whether any of the values are overcharged. If the NCCI finds an error, it notifies you so that you can correct the value. As soon as you enter the appropriate modifiers into your data entry, the appropriate modifiers are selected, and the data is validated.

When you submit a Medicare claim to the Office of the General Counsel, the mue program automatically includes all relevant Medicare Codes. Once your claim is completed, it sends a notification to the NCCI. For each of the specific claim codes that were previously checked, the NCCI will send an email of the results to you. As soon as the appropriate codes are selected, the mue program automatically eases them into the appropriate fields.

Another feature of the Nursing Home Insertion/ Removal (NCCID) and Nursing Home Review (HPR) programs is that they assist with the preparation and submission of the Medicare Part A payment and Part B claims. As noted above, the NCCID updates the applicable codes for the corresponding payment and claim, and the HPR program verify appropriate payments and claims against the applicable Part A and Part B bills. However, both of these programs also assist with the submission and approval of the payment and claims. The NCCID ensures that the appropriate codes are entered in the appropriate fields. Similarly, the HPR program verifies appropriate payments and claims against the applicable Part A and Part B bills.

Both of these programs also provide the capability of editing different codes at one time. For example, if a patient needs to have his or her medication reimbursed based on a percentage of Medicare cost instead of the flat rate, one can select the appropriate Medicare Part A modifiers to meet his or her needs. Similarly, a patient who is eligible for a Medicaid reimbursement but not eligible for Medicare could use the appropriate Medicare Part B modifiers to apply the Medicaid rules to his or her costs. These are just a few of the features that distinguishcciMue from similar programs. We believe that even more features will be added in future releases as the company seeks to meet all of the requirements of the Medicare Shared Savings Program.

In our next article, we will take a look at howcciMue accomplishes these two important tasks. In addition, we will compare it to HealthSavePlus, a similar program that was recently introduced by the federal government. We will also examine whether we think it is more efficient than HSM or medicare savings accounts.