New Payer Name and CPID Based on Dates of Service
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Effective immediately, UnitedHealthcare's Medicaid business in South Carolina (UnitedHealthcare Community Plan) has been acquired by Wellcare.

Claims containing Dates of Service prior to 10/01/2013 must use the following CPIDs and payer name:

CPID: 2809
Payer Name: Unison Health Plan of TN/OH
5010 Professional Claims
Payer Enrollments Required: No
Claims/Remittance Surcharge: No
Payer ID: 25175

CPID: 7531
Payer Name: Unison Health Plan of TN/OH
5010 Institutional Claims
Payer Enrollments Required: No
Claims/Remittance Surcharge: No
Payer ID: 25175

Claims for UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of South Carolina previously submitted using Payer ID 25175 containing Dates of Service on or after 10/01/2013 must use the following CPIDs and payer name:

CPID: 1844
Payer Name: Wellcare
5010 Professional Claims Fee-For Service
Payer Enrollments Required: No
Claims/Remittance Surcharge: No
Payer ID: 14163

CPID: 8551
Payer Name:
5010 Institutional Claims Fee-For-Service
Payer Enrollments Required: No
Claims/Remittance Surcharge: No
Payer ID: 14163

CPID: 3211
Payer Name: Wellcare
5010 Professional Claims Encounters
Payer Enrollments Required: No
Claims/Remittance Surcharge: No
Payer ID: 59354

CPID: 4949
Payer Name: Wellcare
5010 Institutional Claims Encounters
Payer Enrollments Required: No
Claims/Remittance Surcharge: No
Payer ID: 59354

Action Required: Please make the above changes to accommodate the name change and new electronic connection.

If you have any questions, please contact Client Services at 1-888-348-8457, option 2.