You should fill out the Provider Secured Access Application (PDF) if you:

  • Already use Provider Secured Services and need to add access for a staff member
  • Skipped this section on the enrollment form
  • Want access to Health e-Blue, BCN e-referral and medical drug prior authorization

Once you're registered for Provider Secured Services, you can use it to submit claims electronically.

Professional providers submit claims using the HCFA form or as 837 professional electronic transactions. They include:

  • Individual practitioners
  • Professional groups of practitioners
  • Allied providers that provide health care services for medical, dental, vision, hearing, behavioral health and other specialties

Facilities submit claims using the UB form or as 837 institutional electronic transactions. They are buildings or institutions where health care services are provided. The facility can be independent or affiliated with a hospital.

If PGIP PA, SAD or PGIP Collaboration site access is needed:

Please contact your PO or OSC Primary contact and have them submit a PGIP application through the PGIP PA Tool. If additional access is needed; HEB, etc., please apply for PGIP access FIRST, then, after receiving ID submit the Provider Services application.

Do you only get payment from us for Medicare crossover claims?

You can use Provider Secured Services to:

  • Register for EFT, or electronic funds transfer
  • View your online vouchers

First you'll need to enroll with us using the Out-of-State / EFT New Provider Enrollment form (PDF). The form includes a section for signing up for access to Provider Secured Services.

Do you get payment from us for Medicare and non-Medicare claims?

If you're one of the providers listed below, called allied providers, you can use Secured Services for EFT and online vouchers, plus patient eligibility, benefits and claims status.

  • Clinical Independent Laboratory
  • Durable Medical Equipment Supplier
  • Freestanding Radiology Center
  • Hearing
  • Independent Diagnostic Testing Facility
  • Physiological Laboratory
  • Vision

You need to be enrolled with us first to use Provider Secured Services, even if you don't participate with Blue Cross.

Our enrollment forms have a section on them for signing up for Provider Secured Services, where you can also list staff members who need access and what they can access. Not enrolled?

Allied providers should fill out the Provider Secured Access Application (PDF) if you:

  • Already use Provider Secured Services and need to change who has access, like adding or removing staff members
  • Skipped this section on the enrollment form