Not Enrolled for Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT)?

March 13, 2014

EFT is a convenient, confidential and secure method of payment. Using EFT means your payments are delivered directly to the financial institution of your choice. This alternative to receiving paper checks can help save you time while reducing the risk of lost or misrouted payments. In general, funds will be transferred to the provider’s bank in two banking days, after the claim is finalized, depending on your payment schedule.*

There’s no cost to enroll, and the enrollment process is easier than ever. BCBSOK independently contracted providers who are registered with Availity® may complete the EFT and Electronic Remittance Advice (ERA)  enrollment process online via the secure Availity provider portal. Please note that you must be a registered Availity  user to complete the online enrollment process – visit for more information. Or, to enroll by submitting a paper form, complete the Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) Authorization Agreement, which is available in the Claims and Eligibility/Electronic Commerce  section of our website at

*Add one day if the normal day falls on a banking holiday. EFT payment dates also may be affected by our corporate holiday schedule. Visit the Claims and Eligibility/Electronic Commerce section of our website at for details.

Availity is a registered trademark of Availity, LLC. Availity is a separate company that operates a health information network to provide electronic information exchange services to medical professionals. Availity provides administrative services to BCBSOK. BCBSOK makes no endorsement, representations or warranties regarding any products or services offered by independent third party vendors. If you have any questions about the products or services offered by such vendors, you should contact the vendors directly.