Fingerprinting is only required for high-risk providers as identified by 42 CFR 424.518(c), NC General Statute 108C-3g and Session Law 2018-5 SB99.
A list of providers scheduled for re-credentialing in 2018 is available on the Provider Enrollment Page of the North Carolina Medicaid website under the "Re-credentialing" header.
Federal regulation 42 CFR 455.450 requires a state Medicaid agency to screen all initial provider applications based on a categorical risk level of "limited," "moderate," or "high."
Beginning Sept.1, 2018, adult care home and nursing home Pre-Admission Screening and Resident Review (PASRR) submissions through Provider Link will no longer be accepted.
As previously communicated in the July 2018 North Carolina Medicaid Special Bulletin, the NPI Exemption List will cease Aug. 31, 2018, for Clinical Pharmacist Practitioners (CPPs), Residents and Interns.
Registration is open for the August 2018 instructor-led provider training courses listed below. Slots are limited.
The following new or amended combined North Carolina Medicaid and NC Health Choice clinical coverage policies are available on Medicaid’s website:
If a provider’s enrollment application or Manage Change Request (MCR) does not contain errors, it will process more quickly. The NCTracks Enrollment Team identified commons errors that cause delays in processing applications and MCRs.
Note: This article was originally published as a Special Bulletin in January 2018, with updates regarding clinical pharmacist practitioners.
If a provider’s enrollment application or Manage Change Request does not contain errors, it will process more quickly. The NCTracks Enrollment Team identified commons errors that cause delays in processing applications and MCRs.