As CarePartners of Connecticut members begin scheduling appointments and you begin submitting claims, it is crucial to set up accurate claims submission processes with us to ensure timely processing and payment of claims. CarePartners of Connecticut encourages direct electronic submission to CarePartners of Connecticut, though claims submitted through clearinghouses will also be accepted.
CarePartners of Connecticut’s online self-service tools enable providers to submit transactions and/or access information related to claims submission, claims status, referrals, prior authorizations, electronic remittance advice, member eligibility, panel information, etc., electronically.
Opioid-naïve members’ prescriptions
As a reminder, and in accordance with CMS requirements, per the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act (CARA), CarePartners of Connecticut denies opioid-naïve members’ prescriptions exceeding seven days for acute pain.