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NPI Resource Center: Your Guide to NPI

  1. National Provider Identifier (NPI) final rule: This is the final rule from the Department of Health and Human Services outlining the standard to be used to implement the NPI for providers of health care.
  2. CMS' Educational Resources: This is a link to a list of educational material published by CMS on various aspects of NPI.
  3. BCBSAs NPI Informational Resource Tool for Large Practices and Institutional Providers

    BCBSAs NPI Informational Resource Tool for Individual Providers and Small Groups
  4. Previous BCNEPA Provider Bulletin NPI Corner articles:

Important NPI Update and New Billing Requirements - March 2008

NPI(s) Will Appear On Remittance Advice Reports - August 2007

NPI Update - July 2007

NPI Update-Final Compliance Date - June 2007

NPIs Will Appear On Remittance Advice Reports - June 2007

Register Your NPI With BCNEPA Today - May 2007

Registering Your NPI Just Got Easier - April 2007

Your Guide to Navigating through NPI Issues - March 2007

Edits of Electronic Claims - February 2007

New error codes of electronic claims - January 2007

Tax id requirement - January 2007

Taxonomy code requirement - January 2007

NPI Corner - December 2006

NPI Corner - November 2006

NPI Corner - October 2006

NPI Corner - September 2006

NPI Corner - August 2006

Know About NPI - July 2006

NPI Statistics - June 2006

Understanding Electronic File Interchange (EFI) for NPI - May 2006

Educational Resources on NPI Available – April 2006

NPI – March 2006

NPI Corner- February 2006

Applied For Your NPI- January 2006

NPI Reminder – December 2005

NPI and Paper Claims – November 2005

Update on NPI – August 2005

What You Need to Know about NPI –July 2005

National Provider Identifier Survey-November 2004

Federal Government Requires Providers Acquire Unique Identifier-October 2004

  1. WEDI – Workgroup for Electronic Data Interchange: WEDI is an organization established to improve health care by conducting research, providing information and funding educational projects. (A membership with WEDI is required to access certain sections.)
  2. Taxonomy Codes: The Taxonomy code is a 10-character alphanumeric code to identify a provider's specialty. Washington Publishing Co. maintains taxonomy codes.