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Date ArticleType
8/7/2018 Payment/Reimbursement
Indiana Managed Care Companies Move to Centralized Credentialing System

According to Laura Brown of Krieg Devault law firm, per House Enrolled Act 1007 enacted during the 2018 legislative session, the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration published an emergency rule on July 11, 2018 to implement a centralized credentialing system for health care providers registering with managed care entities (MCEs) in order to provide services to the state’s Medicaid members.  Effective thirty (30) days after filing with the Publisher, the Emergency Rule details the requirements for health care providers to be eligible to enroll with MCEs, and establishes a centralized credentialing committee to review credential applications.  Additional details can be found here, and the entirety of the emergency rule is availalbe here