NGHP Training Material
A curriculum of computer-based training (CBT) courses related to Section 111 Non-Group Health Plan (NGHP) Mandatory Insurer Reporting has been developed for NGHP responsible reporting entities (RREs). These courses provide in-depth training on reporting requirements documented in the NGHP User Guide and also include courses on registration and use of the Section 111 Coordination of Benefits Secure Website (COBSW). The CBTs require no registration.
Please see the Non-Group Health Plan Curriculum for a complete listing of the courses, their descriptions and course lengths. You can access the curriculum document and the CBTs from the Dynamic List on this page. If you have any questions or feedback on this material, please click the Training Feedback link found in the Related Links section below.
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|01||NGHP Curriculum||A printable listing of the courses and their descriptions for the NGHP CBT Curriculum.|
|02||Acronym List||A list of acronyms pertaining to MMSEA Section 111 and their descriptions.|
|03||NGHP Curriculum Overview||The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) have provided a curriculum of CBT courses to supplement the NGHP User Guide. This course reviews the NGHP CBTs that are available.|
|04||NGHP Mandatory Insurer Reporting Overview||This learning module reviews information that is included in the Quick Reference Guide For NGHP Insurers (The What, Why and How of MMSEA Section 111 Reporting).|
|05||Responsible Reporting Entity||This course provides information regarding who/what entity is an MMSEA Section 111 Responsible Reporting Entity (RRE) for Liability Insurance (Including Self-Insurance), No-Fault Insurance, and Workers' Compensation. It reviews the rules that exist for the registration of an entity within a corporate structure and provides examples to help illustrate these rules. This course also clarifies who the RRE is in various situations.|
|06||Process Overview||The topics in this course include: purpose of the data exchange, data exchange details, file types, the Section 111 COB Secure Web site (COBSW), and the Data Use Agreement. This course also reviews options for customer service and reporting assistance.|
|07||Section 111 Registration Part I||RREs will register on the Section 111 COBSW. The Section 111 Registration Part I course details the first two steps of registration and account setup.|
|08||Section 111 Registration Part II||The Section 111 Registration Part II course details the final 3 steps of registration and account setup.|
|09||COBSW - Step 1 - New Registration||Registration must be completed on the Section 111 COBSW. This course reviews how to register on the Section 111 COBSW.|
|10||Frequently Asked Questions - New Registration||This course addresses questions relating to the registration process, RRE IDs, Tax Identification Numbers (TINs), Authorized Representatives, subsidiaries, new registration troubleshooting, and registration documentation.|