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PC-ACE Claim Filing Options

Claim Entry Software

PC-ACE is a stand-alone software package that creates a patient database and allows your office to electronically submit most WPS Health Insurance, Medicare MAC J5 and J8 Parts A & B, Medicare J5 National Part A, TRICARE For Life Direct and TRICARE Foreign claims electronically.

PC-ACE Communication Documentation

Claims Submission Methods

  • WPS Bulletin Board System (BBS) asynchronous telecommunications. This method requires using a modem to connect to the WPS BBS.
  • WPS Secure-EDI (WPS Health Plan, TRICARE, Veterans Affairs (VA) Community Care Network (CCN), and WPS Health Insurance). This method will allow secure FTP file transfer using your web browser.
  • Gateway Express (All lines of business). This method provides a secure connection for all Trading Partners to transmit and receive data, using a web browser-based interface.

Claim Submission

If you are interested in obtaining PC-ACE software to submit claims directly to WPS, it is available for download on this website. If you are a new submitter, you also will need to register for a WPS Trading Partner number, complete an EDI Agreement, and download the Full Install of PC-ACE V4.9. Existing PC-ACE users, please download V4.9 upgrade instead of Full Install. If you need further assistance, please contact WPS Electronic Data Services Department.

PC-ACE Communication Documentation

Medicare MAC J5 Parts A and B (IA, KS, MO, NE) and J5 National Part A
Toll-free: 866-518-3285

Medicare MAC J8 Part A and B (MI, IN)
Toll-free: 866-234-7331

TRICARE For Life Direct/Foreign and WPS Health Insurance
Toll-free: 800-782-2680, option 2

PC-ACE Full Installation V4.9

(If you do not have any version of PC-ACE on your PC)

PC-ACE Upgrade to V4.9

(If you currently have a version of PC-ACE on your PC)

PC-ACE Version V4.9 Change Summary

Medicare, TRICARE, VAPC3, WPS Health Plan, and WPS Health Insurance

Family Care and Bureau of Long-Term Support (BLTS) Programs


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