Texas

Please contact your insurance carrier to verify coverage and access; eligibility may vary by location and service(s) performed.

BCBS of Texas
Beechstreet
Choice Care
Cigna of Texas
CoastalComp HealthNetworks (CCHN)
Corporate Remedies
Coventry National Healthcare (First Health)
Devon Health Services
Equian
Evolutions Healthcare Systems
Federal Assist Company
Galaxy Health Network
Global Excel Management Inc.
Global Health Claim Services
Healthsmart
Humana
Independent Medical Systems
Integra Group, Inc.
Integrated Health Plan, Inc. (IHP)
MDI Healthcare Solutions
MDIA/MedRisk
Medincrease
MultiPlan
My Community Care
Nova Net
Payer Fusion
Prime Health/Comp Plus
Private Health Care Systems (PHCS)
Stratose
Three Rivers Provider Network
United Healthcare of Texas
USA Managed Care Organization

U.S. HealthWorks complies with workers’ compensation electronic billing requirements mandated by the Texas Department of Insurance.

U.S. HealthWorks has partnered with WorkCompEDI to manage the eBilling requirements including electronic remittance and submission of invoices.

Under House Bill 7, the rules adopted by the Texas Department of Insurance, Division of Workers’ Compensation, required health care providers to begin submitting their bills electronically by January 1, 2008. If a provider has less than 10 employees, and workers’ comp represents less than 10 percent of their business, they are exempt from these requirements.

For more information about Texas electronic billing requirements, visit the Texas Department of Insurance eBill home page.