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Medicaid

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

Indiana Medicaid Now Fully Enrolling All PAs, Reimbursing at 75%

According to recently clarified guidelines by Indiana Medicaid, all physician assistants must now enroll as Indiana Health Coverage Providers and can no longer be billed under a supervising physician’s NPI. This change, which brings billing for PAs into alignment with billing for other Mid-Level, or Non-Physician Providers, also reduces reimbursement for PA services to 75 percent of the Medicaid allowed amount. READ MORE

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