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Beth Israel Deaconess Care Organization, LLC
Beth Israel Deaconess
Care Organization, LLC
400 Blue Hill Drive, Suite 2B
Westwood, MA 02090
FAX (617) 754-1040
FAX (617) 754-1050
BIDCO promotes the highest quality of coordinated patient care, patient safety and cost effective care among its participating providers through our integrated and coordinated managed care contracts and related medical management programs.
News and Announcements
- Beth Israel Deaconess Care Organization (BIDCO) Announcement.
- The Beth Israel Deaconess Care Organization (BIDCO) has now formalized our relationship with Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Beth Israel Deaconess -Needham and Beth Israel Deaconess-Milton in a new entity called Beth Israel Deaconess Care Organization (BIDCO). Click here for more information.
- BID Hosted eCW and the Medicare Pioneer ACO
- In January, 2012, all BIDCO providers became part of the Medicare Pioneer Accountable Care Organization (ACO) contract. In 2013, the second year of the ACO contract, there are changes to the eClinicalWorks (eCW) database that are required to ensure ACO Clinical Quality Measures can be captured. BIDCO physicians and staff can view additional information concerning these changes in the Provider Relations section of the website. (Appendix I – BID eCW and the Medicare Pioneer ACO).
- Rate Increases for Medicaid- Section 1202 of the Affordable Care Act- Rates for Providers Who Render Primary Care Services
- As of January 1, 2013 certain Evaluation and Management (E & M) Services and Vaccine Administration codes are subject to a higher payment rate (Medicare vs. Medicaid) when rendered by eligible providers. Click here for the criteria and Attestation Form.
- Avoiding the Medicare e-RX Penalty for 2013
- Prescribing clinicians must report the Rx quality-data code (G8553) a minimum of 10 times on any payable Medicare Physician Fee Schedule (PFS) claim during the 6-month reporting period (1/1/2012-6/30/2012) to avoid the 2013 penalty (-1.5%) on all your Medicare claims. More...
- Preparing for ICD-10
- ICD-10 is set to replace ICD-9 on 10/1/2013. (possible delay to 10/1/2014 being considered by CMS). ICD-10 is the next generation of the International Classification of Diseases. This classification system is the basis of all of the diagnostic codes we use to submit claims for services rendered to our patients. We currently use ICD-9, which consists of approximately 13,000 diagnosis codes, while ICD-10 consists of over 68,000 diagnosis codes. Offices are highly encouraged to start familiarizing themselves now with basic ICD-10 material and the impact this transition will have on workflow and billing practices. More...