NCPDP Processor ID (BIN)

The NCPDP Processor ID Number (BIN) is a six-digit number that health plans can use to process electronic pharmacy claims if they do not use pharmacy benefit cards with a magnetic stripe. Plans that use cards with a magnetic stripe should use the recommended American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Issue Identifier Number (IIN) for processing electronic pharmacy claims. ANSI issues IIN numbers. NCPDP issues the Processor ID Number (BIN).

It is important to understand the difference between the IIN and NCPDP Processor ID Number (BIN) before applying for a Processor ID Number (BIN).

Use of the BIN +

Issuer Identification Number (IIN) +

Processor Identification Number (Processor BIN) +

How to obtain a Processor ID (BIN) +

How is the BIN Used? +

Processor Control Number +

Using the Payer Sheet Template Implementation Guide +

What is the Format of the BIN? +

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