According to Physician’s Practice magazine, billing inefficiencies cost the average practice between $30,000 and $40,000 a year.

Consumer-driven health plans put more financial responsibility on the patient. As a result, you collect less and pay more. With HealthEZ, your patients can pay you before you bill them. Now that is innovation in service.

HealthEZpay offers providers a risk-free approach to healthcare payments. HealthEZpay pays doctors and providers for the full consumer and health plan portions of the billed services on behalf of the patient. This enables doctors and providers to focus on patient care and alleviates the need to collect on multiple bills and payment sources. To learn more and find out how to get paid in full, contact us.


For Claim Submission

EDI: Claims: Submit EDI claims to one of the following:

  • Emdeon - Payer ID 41178 (Emdeon customer service can be reach at 800-845-6592)
  • MN e-Connect (IGI Health) -- Health Plan ID 16120 (IGI Health customer service can be reached at 877-444-7194 or

Financial Inquiry/Appeal Form

Click here to download an Financial Inquiry/Appeal Form

Use this form to submit a Financial Inquiry/Appeal about a discount, fee or claim processing. If this financial inquiry is about a discount or fee, you must mail this completed form to us along with the check in reference. If this financial inquiry is about some other matter, such as claim processing, you may email your completed form to A separate form must be completed for each financial inquiry.

Provider Forms for Medical Management


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HealthEZ is part of the Administrative Uniformity Committee, a broad-based group representing Minnesota health care public and private payers, hospitals, health care providers and state agencies.The AUC is currently focused on the state's E3 initiative, work aimed at streamlining health care transactions in Minnesota. It involves developing guides for the electronic exchange of eligibility, claims and remittance information as required by Minnesota Statutes 62J.536.