Healthcare Resources

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) mandated the identification of a healthcare EFT standard, Nacha’s CCD+ Addenda, as a HIPAA transaction. Since it went into effect in January 2014, health plans are now required to deliver the healthcare EFT standard to providers upon request. When used in combination with electronic remittance advice (ERA), the healthcare EFT standard can help streamline processes and create cost savings. Find the resources to support adoption of the EFT Standard and ERA.

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Dental Case Study - Dr. Sara Stuefen

March 23, 2020
Dr. Sara Stuefen is a big fan of EFT payments. She knows they're quick and convenient. And insurance companies that try to make her take a Virtual Credit Card learn this dentist won't stand for it. 

Dental Case Study - Dr. Amy Adair

February 10, 2020
Why does Northern Virginia dentist Dr. Amy Adair like electronic claim payments via ACH? And what happened when an insurer tried sending virtual credit cards? Nacha's case study shows why EFT payments is the way to go for healthcare professionals.

Nacha to NCVHS: Soothe ‘Pain Points’ in Healthcare EFT

December 12, 2018
The healthcare industry has been quickly moving to electronic claim payments in recent years, but there are still significant “pain points” that need to be addressed, a senior Nacha official told a federal advisory panel. Since the Nacha “CCD+Addenda” was designated as the healthcare EFT standard in January 2012 its adoption has been “robust,” said Michael Herd, Nacha senior vice president, ACH Network Administration. “Measured by the number of payments, its use has more than doubled since 2014,” the first full year of use after the effective date, Herd said in written comments to the Nation
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Nacha to NCVHS: Soothe ‘Pain Points’ in Healthcare EFT

December 12, 2018
The healthcare industry has been quickly moving to electronic claim payments in recent years, but there are still significant “pain points” that need to be addressed, a senior Nacha official told a federal advisory panel. Since the Nacha “CCD+Addenda” was designated as the healthcare EFT standard in January 2012 its adoption has been “robust,” said Michael Herd, Nacha senior vice president, ACH Network Administration. “Measured by the number of payments, its use has more than doubled since 2014,” the first full year of use after the effective date, Herd said in written comments to the Nation
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