Payment Update- November 7, 2014

November 7, 2014 at 6:14 pm

Remember- Tuesday 11/11/14 is a state holiday.

Approved Payments:

A small portion of payments entered on 11/3 were approved by DHS on Thursday 11/6. Some more payments entered on 11/3 (not all) will be approved by DHS tonight, Friday 11/7. Some more funding will be available early next week that will allow for MOST of the remaining payments entered on 11/3 not already approved to be approved, along with probably some payments entered on 11/4 and 11/5. We note MOST on the approval of entered payments because some payments require extra technical work to process the payments, or there might be an issue with the provider information which can cause delays on the approval of the payments. Our mid-month funding should become available around 11/14 to allow for the approval of most payments not approved by 11/12 to start to be approved. Providers can generally hear about entered and approved payments on 800-804-3833 one or two working days after the entry or approval. Providers can also receive information on payments by using the following web site to see approval information:

*Click on: PAYMENTS
Enter: SS# or FEIN
Click on: Submit
-most recent approved payment will be noted at the top of the page. The CVR column is the approved date.

Issued Payments

On 11/6, The Office of the Comptroller issued payments that were approved by DHS on 11/3. As payments become approved by DHS, they should be issued by The Office of the Comptroller in 1-3 working days after approval date.

Providers can always see if a payment has been issued by going to The Office of the Comptroller web site of:

*Go to Financial Inquiries (tab at top of the page)
*click on Vendor Payments
* Enter SS# or FEIN (click OK)
*For the next two pages click on Gray Boxes at bottom (Payments and Find Warrants)
Most recent payment will be listed at top of the page.

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