Video instructions and help with filling out and completing how to print on cms 1500

Instructions and Help about how to print on cms 1500

Hello my name is Dirk Smith of graphtec communications this is the second of three videos about the new version CMS 1500 insurance claim form 0 to 12 it's entitled what you need to know to order the correct CMS 1500 form graphtec communications has been printing CMS claim forms for providers for 20 years with the introduction of the new version form we received many calls from providers with asking questions which version form they need to order this video is a summary of the answers to the most common questions we received about this first you have to determine which version form you need to order simply because there is a new version form doesn't mean that the insurance carriers that you file with will accept claims that you file on this new form the new version 02 12 form is required after April first of 2014 for any federally funded insurance plan such as Medicare Medicaid and TRICARE however you need to determine if the insurance companies you file with want you to continue to file the old version form or on the new version form just because the federal government mandates that the federal insurance programs use this new form does not mean that the insurance companies you file with will take that claim form therefore before you order determine if your insurance company will allow you to use the new form if not you need to might have to have both the old version and the new version forms during this transition period until all the insurance companies eventually transfer over and accept claims on this new version form secondly if you complete this form in a computer you need to update the software to the new version of the form if you're going to use the new version form while these forms are very similar they're not identical if your software program has been filling out an 0805 form it will not properly fill out the 02 12 form again during this transition period you might be required based on the insurance as you vile with to have a software program and forms for 0805 for some insurance carriers and then the other software program for the 0 to 12 and the associated forms for other insurance companies but be sure you order the proper forms for the version that your software will complete thirdly you have to determine if you want single sheet or duplicate forms if you're filing or completing your claims using that computer virtually all the claims are filled out using an inkjet or laser jet printer these printers can only print a claim out on a single sheet paper duplicating forms will not make a copy if you use them in an inkjet printer or laser printer therefore if you have a computer system after you've determined the proper version of form you need and that your software will fill it out for a laserjet or an inkjet

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How do I get a single volume of 1500 pages of a printout bound? Commercial one-off binding options seem to peter out at 800 pp. I’d rather avoid DIY artisan solutions.
A traditional bookbinder will have no problems with amount of pages you specify. It will not be cheap, for a single volume, but the result will be a thing of beauty.There are two main methods that could be employed -Stitched - whereby the pages are folded into sections or signatures of up to 8 sheets each (producing 16 sheets or 32 pages). Each section is stitched with thread through the centre fold, and then all the sections stacked in finished order with the threads then being tied together along the spine. Cloth is then glued over this and a suitable cover applied.Perfect Bound - whereby the loose sheets are stacked and clamped, the binding edge is roughened and grooved, then a layer of glue is applied to the rough surface and a cover of thicker stock is wrapped and glued around the whole assembly. This is how telephone directories or magazines with large numbers of pages are bound.The first method is by far the strongest and produces archival quality editions. The down side, is that the pages have to be printed double sided and in such a fashion that they come out in the right order when folded in half and collated with other sheets. This is called imposition. The printed sheets will have to be twice the finished size if folding in half. If you wish to have an A4 size book, all the pages will be required to be printed A3.The second method is cheaper, but less robust. The upside is that the sheet size remains the same, and only needs to be supplied in the proper order, with no folding required.Either of these methods will produce a great looking product, but being a single volume, will be artisnal and produced by a craftsman, this is not in the realm of standard print shops, and it is definitely not a DIY project.Just look up bookbinders and be prepared to spend some serious cash. Or you could just leave it on a USB stick, the choice is yours.
How many 8cm spheres does it take to fill 1500 gallons?
It does depend somewhat on the shape of the 1500 gallon container.Roughly, though there are 3785.41 cm^3 / gallon.An 8 centimeter diameter sphere has approximate volume 268 cm^3, from 4/3 pi r^3.But a search reveals that “For equal spheres in three dimensions the densest packing uses approximately 74% of the volume. A random packing of equal spheres generally has a density around 64%.”Thus, for random packing, the effective volume of one of the spheres is 268 cm^3 * (1.0 / 0.64). Call this SV for the effective volume of one sphere.Then the number that will fit in the volume is given by:1500 gallons * 3785.41 cm^3 / gallons * (1 sphere / SV cm^3) = number of spheresNote that all the units except “spheres” cancel, giving confidence in the formula.I assume that you can do the arithmetic. Also, the answer should be good to only 2 significant digits.
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