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Document Submission Cover Sheets

Select the appropriate cover sheet title below each time you need to send back-up documentation to a claim, prior authorization request, pharmacy claim/adjustment form or rate request, or for Provider Enrollment information updates.

NOTE: You must use Adobe Acrobat to open and use the coversheets below. If you use a program other than Adobe Acrobat, the coversheet will not be produced correctly and may delay the processing of your claim or authorization request. If you don't have Adobe for reading Portable Document Format (PDF) files, or are having problems opening our PDF files, click here.

Send cover sheets and back-up documentation to:

Division of Eligibility and Service Delivery
RE: Cover Sheets and Back-up Documentation
PO Box 45535
Olympia, WA 98504-5535
1-866-668-1214 (fax)

NOTE: You may include additional justifying information when you submit the initial request. Use either the:

to submit supporting documentation after the initial request has been sent, and you have received a reference/authorization number, please use the barcode cover sheets:

  • PA Pend Form; or
  • Pharmacy PA Supporting Documents (pharmacy).

The properly completed barcode coversheet will allow your supporting documentation to automatically index into the ProviderOne system.

Prior Authorization

Pharmacy PA Supporting Docs

PA (Prior Authorization) Pend Forms (when supporting documents are submitted to support a PA request)


ECB (Electronic Claim Backup) Attachments

UB-04 Attachments (when supporting documents are detached from original claim)

CMS-1500 Attachments (when supporting documents are detached from original claim)

ADA 2006 Dental Attachments (when supporting documents are detached from original claim)

Pharmacy Claims Attachments


Provider Enrollment Supporting Documents

Provider Information Update Requests

Provider EFT (Electronic Funds Transfer) Form

CPA (Core Provider Agreement) DSHS 08-048