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What does denial code OA 16 mean?
OA 16 Claim/service lacks information which is needed for adjudication. At least one Remark Code must be provided (may be comprised of either the Remittance Advice Remark Code or NCPDP Reject Reason Code.)
For what reasons might a claim be denied?
The claim has missing or incorrect information. Whether by accident or intentionally, medical billing and coding errors are common reasons that claims are rejected or denied. Information may be incorrect, incomplete or missing.
What is denial code OA 18?
A: You will receive this reason code when more than one claim has been submitted for the same item or service(s) provided to the same beneficiary on the same date(s) of service.
What is the IP prefix-list syntax for deny?
Prefix list syntax is: ip prefix-list list-name deny | permit network/len [ge ge-value] [le le-value] For instance, to block 220.127.116.11/24 network, the command would be: ip prefix-list Ciscozine-PL deny 18.104.22.168/24
Which prefixes are allowed by the permit IP any any statement?
All other prefixes are allowed by the permit ip any any statement. This can be accomplished more intuitively by employing a prefix list: As you can see, there are two entries in the prefix list defined above.
What are the two entries in the prefix list?
As you can see, there are two entries in the prefix list defined above. These accomplish the same tasks as the two access list entries in the earlier example: deny 10.0.0.0/24 denies the exact prefix 10.0.0.0/24, and permit 0.0.0.0/0 le 32 allows all other prefixes. The second prefix list entry warrants some explanation.
How to add an implicit allow at the end of prefix-list?
There’s always a default deny at the end of your list. To add an implicit allow at the end of the prefix-list just use the next sequence with the following: ip prefix-list seq permit 0.0.0.0 le 32