Clearinghouse/Payer ID Information – Workers’ Compensation

State Farm® Workers' Compensation claims related to a State Farm® Workers' Compensation policy, are handled by Sedgwick, a third party administrator. This includes processing electronic medical bills/attachments. Sedgwick currently uses a connection with WorkCompEDI to receive those.

If you or your billing software vendor is already exchanging electronic health care claim transactions with another clearinghouse, they may be able to route your electronic health care claim transactions to Sedgwick by the way of WorkCompEDI.

If you are not currently exchanging electronic health care transactions, you may contract with any clearinghouse of your choice. However, they must connect either with WorkCompEDI or have a connection with another clearinghouse who already connects to WorkCompEDI.

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If you need further information, then have your Clearinghouse or billing software vendor contact WorkCompEDI at for connection information.

Below is a list of the known State Farm® Workers’ Compensation Payer ID’s established and used by Intermediary Clearinghouses. This is not an all-inclusive list. If you need assistance identifying the proper Payer ID, then check with your billing software vendor or contact your clearinghouse.

Jopari J3349
Change Healthcare J3349
WorkCompEDI LT812
Carisk Intelligent
RelayHealth J3349
Trizetto J3349
WayStar Z1330

Some billing software applications use descriptive company names instead of Payer IDs. Examples of such entries for State Farm are:

  • State Farm Property and Casualty
  • State Farm Workers’ Comp
  • State Farm Auto

If you are unsure about which Payer Id or labeled option to select for routing bills/attachments to Sedgwick electronically, contact your Clearinghouse or billing software vendor for instructions. If necessary, have your Clearinghouse or billing software vendor contact WorkCompEDI for instructions.

Note: Submitting electronic bills/attachments to Sedgwick using an incorrect routing path may result in the bill being rejected, denied, or delayed.