to the Early Intervention Central Billing Office!
The purpose of this web site is to facilitate information sharing with Early Intervention providers, Early Intervention program participants, parents or guardians, and Child and Family Connection agencies.
Much of the information provided is in response to the types and number of calls received by the EI-CBO and the Cornerstone Call Center related to the Early Intervention program. We encourage you to visit this web site before calling the help desk, as the information you need is most likely available in this site.
Urgent Notice to Occupational & Physical Therapy Evaluators regarding New Billing Codes- 02/2017
Notice to Occupational & Physical Therapy Evaluators regarding New Billing Codes 1/2017
Safety During Home Visits
Early Interventon Provider Payment Update Effective 4/17/17:
Early Intervention has secured funds to process the Provider Vouchers for the weeks dated 01/25/17 and 02/01/17. Please keep in mind once these payments are approved by the Bureau, it takes a few business days for the payments to be posted to the Comptroller’s website. We will provide additional notification when these payments are processed by the Comptroller.
Please continue to watch the Comptroller’s website for further payment information.
Early Intervention is continually working to secure additional revenues in order to process additional payments. We are not always aware of when these funds may be released to the Early Intervention 502 Revolving Fund. We also must have the funds secured into the DHS accounting systems before payments can be made. The balance on the IOC may vary from the DHS accounting system due to pending obligations. IOC is only the first step in the process. While we understand the impact any delay has on every aspect of the Early Intervention Services System, we are not able to change the way the state process works. Early Intervention receives funding from multiple sources and every effort is made to reduce the impact of the lack of funds available from one source by utilizing every other source possible. As funds become available, payments will be made.
As always, thank you for your continued support and patience.
FFY17/SFY16 Annual Performance Report
FFY17/SFY16 Annual State Grant Application
Illinois State Systemic Improvement Plan – Phase II – 03/30/2016
QClaims Launch Instructions for Windows
QClaims Launch Instructions for Mac
Billing Tips for Interpreters, Translators and Interpreters for the Deaf
Billing Information Release Form (5/14) - CQuest is commited to protecting the privacy of the Protected Health Information (PHI) and complying with HIPAA Privacy Rules and Regulations. In doing so the Billing Information Release Form must be completed by the provider prior to releasing or disclosing of any PHI BIR Instructions.
Free Insurance Billing Services – The Early Intervention program provides free Insurance Billing Services for providers participating in the program. This Insurance Billing Service is specifically designed to bill primary insurance companies on behalf of the provider free of charge for new client referrals ONLY. For the Free Insurance Billing Information please click here.
Electronic Billing- Qclaims is the Early Intervention Central Billing Office’s method of allowing EI providers to submit claims electronically to the Central Billing Office. This software is free, easy to use and completely HIPAA compliant. Additionally, it drastically cuts the time from claim submission to provider payment, creates a permanent record of your billing and submission dates, and reduces your cost of doing business in EI. To get started simply visit http://spiclaims01.eicbo.info/ and view the initial sign up documentation.
So, log on and start sending Qclaims!
View setup documentation, then visit http://spiclaims01.eicbo.info/ to start using this free software.