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Minnesota Administrative Uniformity Committee
The Minnesota Administrative Uniformity Committee (AUC) is a voluntary, broad-based group representing Minnesota health care public and private payers, hospitals, health care providers and state agencies, working to standardize, streamline, and simplify health care administrative processes.
As part of the of the Health Care Administrative Simplification Act (ASA) of 1994, the Minnesota Department of Health's (MDH) Center for Health Information Policy and Transformation (CHIPT) develops and implements rules (i.e., Minnesota uniform companion guides) for the standard, electronic exchange of health care administrative transactions pursuant to Minnesota Statutes Section 62J.536 and related rules. This work is being undertaken in consultation with the AUC.
Revised 837P and 837I Minnesota Uniform Companion Guide Rules (MUCG) Adopted as Rules
Revised 837P and 837I MUCG rules were published in the April 5, 2021 Minnesota State Register, Volume 45, Number 40. Specific information can be found on pages 1079-1086 (PDF).
The State Register notice includes information regarding the rulemaking process and revisions from the previously adopted 837P and 837I MUCG rules (v14) to the newly adopted versions (v16). The v16 837P and 837I MUCG rules become effective May 6, 2021.
Archive of news and notices posted on the AUC website.
Collection of MDH Implementation and Compliance