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How do I submit a claim to MSP?

How do I submit a claim to MSP?

Or call us – from the Lower Mainland at 604-683-7151 or from the rest of BC at 1-800-663-7100.

How long does it take for MSP to kick in?

Once you submit your MSP application online or by mail, it may take up to two months to process your application. You will receive your BC Services card by mail to the address that you wrote on your application form.

What is the maximum time limit allowed for submitting new claims to MSP?

Billing by Teleplan Practitioners billing on a fee-for-service basis must submit claims to MSP in a computer-readable format within 90 days of the service date.

Does BC medical pay for cataract surgery?

Beginning June 4, 2012, foldable monofocal lenses will be offered free of charge to all BC residents requiring cataract surgery.

How much does my doctor make BC?

BC doctors make less than the national average when it comes to average gross payments according to this federal database. In 2014/15, the national average was $338,605 while average payments to BC doctors were $279,986.

How do I fill out a health insurance BC form?

For faster, easier submission, several forms can be completed and submitted online through a secure connection, as indicated. Most forms are also available in PDF format to be filled out, printed and mailed to Health Insurance BC. Forms are also available from Service BC Centres located throughout the province, or by contacting MSP.

What is retroactive premium assistance for medical services?

Medical Services Plan (MSP) Premiums were eliminated as of January 1, 2020. For more information about Retroactive Premium Assistance, go to Retroactive Premium Assistance. MSP supplementary benefits provide partial payment for certain medical services obtained in British Columbia.

When can I apply for premium assistance?

Individuals can apply for premium assistance for periods prior to January 1, 2020. Learn about your BC Services Card (or Care Card), a unique lifetime identifier for health care It is important to keep your account information accurate and up-to-date.

Who is eligible for regular premium assistance?

In addition, to be eligible for Regular Premium Assistance, you must: be a resident of British Columbia (B.C.) as defined by the Medicare Protection Act; have resided in Canada as a Canadian citizen or holder of permanent resident status (landed immigrant) for at least the last 12 months immediately preceding this application; and