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Revalidation

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

IHCP Says Medicaid Provider Enrollment Is Back On Track: Here’s What You Should Know

In July 2017, the Indiana Health Coverage Programs announced a delay in provider enrollment for its various Indiana Medicaid programs. On October 10, IHCP reported that they have reduced the backlog and currently are processing normal levels of enrollment “inventory.” As IHCP gets back on track, here are a few tips from CIPROMS Director of Provider Enrollment Denise O’Brien for staying ahead of the game in enrolling providers in Indiana Medicaid. READ MORE

Medicare Revalidation Coming to a Close; Now What?

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act required a revalidation, or a re-enrollment, for all Medicare providers enrolled prior to March 25, 2011. Medicare Administrative Contractors have been contacting providers, and once they receive their revalidation notice, providers have 60 days to respond. The massive special revalidation is expected to be completed by March 2015. READ MORE

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