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All Payer Claims: Data Element Comparison

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Action Name Data Element ID Version State/Organization
Charge Amount MC062 December 1, 2010 - v2.1 Massachusetts
Charge Amount MC062 June 7, 2013 - v3.1 Massachusetts
Charge Amount MC062 October 1, 2014 - v4.0 Massachusetts
Data Element: Charge Amount MC062 - December 1, 2010 - v2.1
(Massachusetts)
Charge Amount MC062 - June 7, 2013 - v3.1
(Massachusetts)
Charge Amount MC062 - October 1, 2014 - v4.0
(Massachusetts)
[Shared]Data Element ID MC062 MC062 MC062
[Shared]Definition Amount of provider charges for the claim line Amount of provider charges for the claim line Amount of provider charges for the claim line
[Shared] State / Source Massachusetts
Massachusetts
Massachusetts
[Shared]Data Type Integer Integer Integer
[Shared]Data Type Description Currency Currency Currency
[Unshared]Format DDDDCC varchar[10] ┬▒varchar[10]
[Shared]Length 10 10 10
[Shared]Column 63 63 63
[Shared]Threshold 1 1 1
[Unshared]Encrypted No
[Unshared]Required All
[Unshared]APCD - GIC Carrier Threshold 1 Not Supplied Not Supplied
[Unshared]Cat Not Supplied A0 A0
[Unshared]Condition Not Supplied All All MC062 must be greater than zero when MC0130 is not 6.
[Unshared]Date Active (version) '6/24/2010 Not Supplied Not Supplied
[Unshared]Element Submission Guideline Code zero cents (00) where applicable. Example: 150.00 will be reported as 15000. Report the charge amount for this claim line. 0 dollar charges allowed only when the procedure code indicates a Category II procedure code vs. a service code. When reporting Total Charges for facilities for the entire claim use 001 (the generally accepted Total Charge Revenue Code) in MC054 (Revenue Code). Do not code decimal or round up / down to whole dollars, code zero cents (00) when applicable. EXAMPLE: 150.00 is reported as 15000; 150.70 is reported as 15070 MC062 must be greater than zero when MC0130 is not 6. Report the charge amount for this claim line. 0 dollar charges allowed only when the procedure code indicates a Category II procedure code vs. a service code. When reporting Total Charges for facilities for the entire claim use 001 (the generally accepted Total Charge Revenue Code) in MC054 (Revenue Code). Do not code decimal or round up / down to whole dollars, code zero cents (00) when applicable. EXAMPLE: 150.00 is reported as 15000; 150.70 is reported as 15070
[Shared]File MC MC MC
[Unshared]Old Length 10 Not Supplied Not Supplied
Data Element: Charge Amount MC062 - December 1, 2010 - v2.1
(Massachusetts)
Charge Amount MC062 - June 7, 2013 - v3.1
(Massachusetts)
Charge Amount MC062 - October 1, 2014 - v4.0
(Massachusetts)
There are no enumerated permissible values for these data elements.
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