To meet WPS corporate and federal security mandates, the following password policies are in place:
WPS is currently using the EDI Bulletin Board System (BBS) to receive your electronic claims using asynchronous telecommunications. The BBS also allows you to receive reports from WPS, view messages on various BBS forums, send email to WPS Electronic Data Services staff, and download documents pertaining to Electronic Data Interchange (EDI).
The WPS Secure EDI Website, also referred to as MOVEit DMZ software. Secure EDI allows for secure transfer of information for EDI trading partners (WPS Health Insurance, WPS Military and Veterans Health and Arise Health Plan) via a Network Service Vendor (NSV) directly to WPS. A web browser-based interface provides our customers with an easy to use, graphical interface to assist in the upload and download of files. For users who would like to script their files transfers, an SSH FTP client will be required. An SSH Client is NOT provided or recommended by WPS. WPS does not provide technical support to SSH FTP users. Read the WPS Secure-edi user guide for more information
The Medicare EDI Gateway allows for secure transfer of information for WPS Government Health Administrators trading partners via a Network Service Vendor (NSV) or over the secure AGNS network directly to WPS. A web browser-based interface provides our customers with an easy to use, graphical interface to assist in the upload and download of files. For users who would like to script their files transfers, an SSH FTP client will be required. An SSH Client is NOT provided or recommended by WPS. WPS does not provide technical support to SSH FTP users. Read the Medicare EDI Gateway user guide for more information.
PC-Ace Pro32 is a "stand alone" software package that creates a patient database and allows your office to electronically submit most WPSHI, J5 National Part A, MAC J5, MAC J8 and TRICARE claims electronically.
PC Print 4.3.0 and later versions, are not compatible with Windows XP. Windows XP end of life was April 8, 2014. Part A providers using Windows XP should continue to use version 4.2.6 of PC Print until they are able to upgrade to a newer version of Windows. PC Print 4.3.0 and later versions display the English descriptions for the claim adjustment reason codes (CARCs), remittance advice remark codes (RARCs) and Group codes at the claim and line levels as well as indicating the appropriate Council for Affordable Quality Healthcare Committee on Operating Rules For Information Exchange (CAQH CORE) business scenario. PC Print version 4.2.6 displays the CARC, RARC and group codes, but the English descriptors and CAQH CORE business scenarios for these codes will not be displayed. Part A providers that have Windows XP will still need to refer to the Washington Publishing Company website to get the English descriptors for these codes and the CAQH CORE website to get the CORE Code Combination business scenarios.
You will need to go to your Control Panel and remove the previous version of PCPrint before installing the 5.1.6 version of the program.