Four Months Left to Submit Program Year 2021 Attestations and the Security Risk Analysis.
The goal for Day One is that people get the care they need and providers get paid.
NC Medicaid wants to ensure that during the transition to NC Medicaid Managed Care that Medicaid beneficiaries receive the care they need as scheduled prior to July 1.
NC Medicaid is extending COVID-19 temporary provider rate increases for all providers except hospitals and clinical coverage policies through July 31, 2021.
An amended version of Clinical Coverage Policy 10C, Outpatient Specialized Therapies, Local Education Agencies is posted with an effective date of June 15, 2021.
NCTracks continues sending notifications to update the identified provider’s expiring credentials in order to avoid suspension and potential termination from NC Medicaid.
This bulletin provides guidance to nursing facilities serving NC Medicaid-only residents transitioning to managed care on July 1.
Frequently Asked Questions for NC Medicaid Managed Care
The following services should continue to be billed through NCTracks.
Recent changes to federal regulations impact requirements for fingerprint-based background checks for some providers.