Minor Injury Guideline Webinar - What Every Administrator Should Know
This webinar covers when the MIG applies, completing OCF forms, extended health, communicating with the adjuster, and what happens after MIG. These and more questions will be answered during this 90 minute session.
Click below to view the webinar from Tuesday, December 18, 2012.
On Wednesday, Apr. 6, 2011 OCA members were invited to join HCAI Senior Health Advisor Viivi Reis, OCA PMP and Software Development Manager Lauren James and Health Policy Officer Dr. Moez Rajwani for an instructional Webinar on HCAI coding.
The session discussed:
- ICD-10, CCI and GAP codes;
- the use of "S" codes for physical injuries caused by MVA;
- where to find codes including the full codeset;
- selecting codes in PMP;
- How to give adjusters enough information to adjudicate (codes do not offer sufficient detail in many cases).
View the powerpoint presentation
For more information, contact: Lauren James at 416-860-4162, 1-877-327-2273 ext. 4162 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Health Claims for Auto Insurance deadline
HCAI Becomes Mandatory on February 1, 2011 (PDF) — Bulletin January 26, 2011
As previous OCA bulletins have stated, the deadline to register with the Health Claims for Auto Insurance (HCAI) system is Feb. 1, 2011. As of this date, every health care facility and health care provider that submits OCF-18s, -21s and -23s to insurers in Ontario must do so only through HCAI.
The OCA has been working closely with HCAI over the past two years to ensure that there is a smooth transition to an electronic system for our members.
Members who use the PMP software should be aware that PMP is totally integrated with HCAI.
The OCA and HCAI have developed two videos to provide members with additional information on HCAI and PMP.
- Interview with Dr. Rajwani and Vivi Riis of the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC)
- Practice Management System such as PMP and HCAI,
If you have any questions or need information on how to adopt HCAI, go to www.hcaiinfo.ca, or contact Dr. Moez Rajwani, at email@example.com.
Free webinar for health professionals
Please note that the webinar that took place on June 17, 2010 has now been posted for your convenience and information. Click here to access the webinar.
Health care facilities have been assigned effective dates as part of the rollout of the new Health Claims for Auto Insurance (HCAI) system. Health care facilities that are part of Tiers 1 and 2 (the first two phases of the rollout schedule), have been assigned effective dates between Apr. 19 and Aug. 30.
If your clinic is in Tier 1 or 2, with an effective date between Apr. 19 and Aug. 30, you must complete your enrolment paperwork. There are consequences for businesses that do not complete their enrolment paperwork in time to be able to use HCAI by their assigned effective date.
To see if your clinic is part of Tier 1 of the rollout, click here.
To see if your clinic is part of Tier 2 of the rollout, click here.
To see if your clinic is part of Tier 3 of the rollout, click here.
For detailed instructions on how to complete your enrolment, click here.
If your health care facility is not assigned to Tier 1 or 2, you are not required to take any further action now. A Tier 3 list will be available in the late summer.
For more information: