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Healthcare in Indiana

Changes to INSPECT Program Clarify Guidelines and Penalties

Starting January 1, 2019, all Hoosier healthcare providers who hold a controlled substance registration are required to register for Indiana’s INSPECT program and some practitioners are required to check the database before prescribing an opioid or benzodiazepine to a patient. A recent update to the law clarifies the requirements and moves the law from criminal statute to professional licensing statute. READ MORE

Indiana Medicaid Providers Can Use FADS Secure Portal during Program Integrity Audits; FADS Training Now Available

Indiana Medicaid providers who are identified for Program Integrity Audits can respond to audit letters using the Indiana FADS Secure Portal. And a new online training module from IHCP, Indiana FADS Secure Portal Tutorial, will give providers, staff members, or other representatives the information they need to use the system. READ MORE

New Requirements for Indiana’s Prescription Drug Monitoring Program, INSPECT, Begin January 1

By Jan. 1, 2019, all Indiana healthcare providers who hold a controlled substance registration (CSR) must register with INSPECT, the state’s prescription drug monitoring program, and practitioners in hospital emergency departments and pain management clinics must begin querying INSPECT when prescribing opioids or benzodiazepines based on legislation passed during the 2018 General Assembly. READ MORE

When Is a Due Date Not Really a Due Date? Reviewing Indiana Medicaid Revalidations

Indiana Medicaid recently published a new list of providers who must revalidate their enrollment by the published due date. However, to ensure the revalidation is processed correctly, providers really should submit their revalidation application at least 30 days before the due date, says CIPROMS’ Denise O’Brien. READ MORE

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