Obtaining Provider Claim Summaries Online

November 10, 2016

Starting Dec. 12, 2016, BCBSOK providers will have access to a new report viewer application in the AvailityTMPayer Spaces. This report viewer will give Availity users the ability to view, download, save and/or print the Provider Claim Summary (PCS).

Having access to the PCS report viewer offers Availity users the opportunity to obtain claim adjudication information for multiple patients online, in one central location.

If you are enrolled to receive the Electronic Remittance Advice (ERA) from BCBSOK, you already have the ability to receive the Electronic Payment Summary (EPS), which is the human-readable version of the ERA. As of Dec. 12, 2016, you can access the report viewer application on Availity to view the PCS, which contains the same information as the EPS.

Providers who currently receive the paper PCS via mail, are invited to consider electronic options as a more convenient alternative that also gives access to a variety of other online tools and resources.

To use the report viewer application, Availity BCBSOK Payer Spaces, you must be an existing Availity user. If you have not registered with Availity, you can sign up today, at no cost, by visiting . For dates and times of upcoming BCBSIL Back to Basics: ‘Availity 101’ webinars, hosted by our Provider Education Consultant team, refer to the Provider Training webpage.

Stay informed! Watch for additional announcements in the News and Updates.

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