IHCP makes provider resources and information easy to access

The Indiana Health Coverage Programs (IHCP) offers providers easy access to the resources and tools needed to conduct business with Indiana Medicaid. Provider updates and announcements, important reference materials, and general program information are all available through links and web pages located on this website. The Provider Healthcare Portal, which serves as the primary online interface for provider business transactions with the IHCP and the State's CoreMMIS information processing system, is also accessible from this site.

News and Announcements

  • Medicare Part D prescription drug copayments may have calculated incorrectly

    03/01/2018 - The IHCP is making providers aware that Medicare Part D prescription drug copayments may have calculated incorrectly beginning January 1, 2018. As a result, some dually eligible IHCP members have been asked to pay a higher copayment for their prescriptions than should have been required. The Indiana FSSA is working with CMS to correct this issue. Correction is expected in early March.

  • DXC Technology to reissue 1099-MISC Forms

    02/13/2018 - One week of 2016 payments was mistakenly included in the original 2017 1099-MISC forms sent to IHCP providers in January 2018. DXC Technology will correct the error and reissue new 1099-MISC forms. Note that the error did not affect the information reported to all providers, so some providers may not see a change in the dollar amount from the original to the reissued form. Please discard the 1099-MISC forms date stamped January 2018 that were previously received.

  • Project ECHO telehealth clinic focused on hepatitis C launches January 18, 2018

    01/04/2018 - The Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health will launch Indiana’s first telehealth clinic focused on hepatitis C via Project ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) on Thursday, January 18, 2018, from 12:30-1:30 p.m. ET. The goal of this clinic is to partner community-focused primary care clinicians with specialists to develop treatment plans that enhance the delivery of hepatitis C care. The IHCP encourages providers to join colleagues from around Indiana in the clinic.

  • Taxonomy codes for rendering providers not required on claims

    11/17/2017 - The IHCP reminds providers that taxonomy codes for rendering providers are not required on claims. If a taxonomy code for a rendering provider is submitted on a claim, the taxonomy code will not be validated. National Provider Identifiers (NPIs) for rendering providers are still required on all fee-for-service (FFS) and managed care claims.

  • IHCP implements taxonomy code requirement changes

    11/14/2017 - The IHCP will implement the changes to taxonomy code requirements for attending, operating, and OPR providers announced in BT201768, effective November 29, 2017. As stated in BT201768, these changes apply to all fee-for-service (FFS) and managed care claims, regardless of submission format, and are retroactive to dates of claim submission on or after February 13, 2017.

  • IHCP extends deadline to update rendering provider linkages to January 1, 2018

    07/27/2017 - In banner page BR201719, the IHCP announced that EOB 1010 would temporarily be converted to a “post-and-pay” status to allow providers time to submit enrollment updates to appropriately link rendering providers to group locations. This temporary conversion was originally scheduled to end as of August 31, 2017. The IHCP is extending this temporary workaround through December 31, 2017.

  • IHCP reminds providers how to interpret PA status information

    07/25/2017 - As stated in BR201715, PA status codes displayed on the Portal and used in the IVR comply with the HIPAA 278 transaction standards and provide only a high-level, standardized description of the actual working status of the PA request. To help providers, the IHCP has created a crosswalk table showing the standard response categories reported on the Portal and through the IVR with the administrative working statuses associated with each standard response category.

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