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Roster Billing for Mass Influenza and Pneumococcal Pneumonia Vaccines

DATE OF SERV Enter the date the vaccine was provided ...
TYPE-OF-BILL Only key the first 2 digits of the type ...
NPI Enter your facilities national provider ...
FAC.ZIP Enter your facility zip code.
REVENUE CODE 0636 for the vaccine 0771 for the admini ...
May 3 2022

Roster billing enables Medicare beneficiaries to participate in mass pneumococcal and influenza virus vaccination programs offered by various entities that give vaccines to a group of beneficiaries.

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What does roster billing mean?

Roster Bill: A way for you to submit multiple claims for COVID, flu, and pneumococcal vaccines. Entities enrolled as Mass Immunization Roster Billers must use roster billing. You must bill each type of vaccine on a separate roster bill.

What is the definition of vaccine roster billing?

Roster Billing is a simplified billing process that allows mass immunizers to submit one claim with a list of the members they immunized. Mass immunizers must meet Original Medicare requirements in order to use the roster billing method.

What is the meaning of vaccinator?

a person who vaccinatesnoun Medicine/Medical. a person who vaccinates. an instrument used in vaccination.

What is an Immunizer?

The definition of immunizer in the dictionary is someone or something that makes immune against a disease, esp by inoculation.

What is a roster bill?

Roster Bill: A way for you to submit multiple claims for flu, pneumococcal, and COVID-19 vaccines. Mass immunizers must use roster billing. You must administer the same type of vaccine to 5 or more people on the same date of service. You must bill each type of vaccine on a separate roster bill.

What is centralized billing?

Centralized Billing for COVID-19: A way for mass immunizers to send all COVID-19 roster bill claims to a single Medicare Administrative Contractor (MAC), Novitas. Medicare pays based on where you administer the vaccine. You can enroll in and use centralized billing, regardless of where you administer the vaccines.

Roster billing for Part B providers

To enable Medicare beneficiaries to participate in mass pneumococcal and influenza virus vaccination programs offered by PHCs and other individuals and entities that give vaccines to a group of beneficiaries, the simplified roster billing process was developed.

Additional resources for mass immunizers

First Coast Service Options (First Coast) strives to ensure that the information available on our provider website is accurate, detailed, and current. Therefore, this is a dynamic site and its content changes daily.

Coding for COVID-19 roster bills

These charts contain the CPT and HCPCS coding information for the COVID-19 vaccines and mAb infusions, as well as their administration.

COVID-19 roster billing

Roster bills can be submitted on paper or electronically. If billing for both COVID-19 vaccinations and mAb infusions, these need to be submitted on separate claims. Do not bill for the other service on the same claim. Do not use roster billing for a single beneficiary.

Roster forms

First Coast houses the roster forms on the Forms page of our website, under the "Immunization roster billing" section.

Returned claims

If a claim returns for OCR references, you will receive notification through your normal provider voucher or reconciliation file with the appropriate returned information. It is your responsibility to verify that all information is complete before resubmitting the claim.

How Do I Bill for Administering COVID-19 Vaccines?

You must be a Medicare-enrolled provider to bill Medicare for administering COVID-19 vaccines to Medicare patients. Learn more about Enrollment for Administering COVID-19 Vaccines.

How Do I Bill for Medicare Advantage Patients?

For Medicare Advantage patients you vaccinate on or after January 1, 2022, submit COVID-19 vaccine administration claims to the Medicare Advantage Plan. Original Medicare won’t pay these claims beginning in January 2022.

How Do I Bill for Hospice Patients?

For hospice patients under Part B only, you must include the GW modifier on COVID-19 vaccine administration claims if either of these apply:

Billing for RHCs & FQHCs

For Original Medicare patients, Medicare pays rural health clinics (RHCs) and Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) for administering COVID-19 vaccines at 100% of reasonable cost through the cost report.

Coordination of Benefits & Medicare as Secondary Payer

Before you submit a Medicare claim for administering COVID-19 vaccines, you must find out if:

Medicare & Other Types of Insurance Coverage

If your patients only have Part A Medicare coverage, ask if they have other medical insurance to cover Part B services, like vaccine administration.

How to Submit Institutional Claims

You may use roster billing format, or submit individual claims. CMS systems will accept roster bills for 1 or more patients that get the same type of shot on the same date of service.

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