Minnesota Statutes, Section 62J.536
Implementation and Compliance
The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) ensures compliance with Minnesota Statutes, section 62J.536 and related rules.
For information regarding MDH’s enforcement of MS §62J.536, and filing a complaint of possible noncompliance with the law, please see MS §62J.536 Enforcement Overview.
Please also note the Implementation and Compliance Updates below.
|4.8||1/31/18||Limited exception for non-HIPAA payers from Minnesota's requirements for only the standard, electronic exchange of eligibility transactions (270-271), is continued for 2018||Update #4.8 (PDF)|
|8.0||10/29/13||Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) Encouraged for Health Care Claims. Comply with federal EFT operating rules by January 1, 2014.||Update #8.0 (PDF)|
|2.0||11/25/09||Payers (or their agents) may not charge for receiving a standard transaction; Cover memo (PDF)||Update #2.0 (PDF)|
Minnesota Statutes, section 62J.536, Subd. 2b, authorizes the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) to undertake compliance and investigations to uphold the statute. Enforcement is complaint-driven. Please see Updates #6.0 and #1.0 for more information regarding implementation and compliance of the statute.