Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions
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What are some of the new provider screening and enrollment guidelines?
What do I need to do to prepare for a site visit?
You will receive a site visit form with this information after your site visit has been scheduled. Revalidation FAQs PDF
What do I need to do to prepare for revalidation?
It is highly recommended that you make sure your primary practice location address and provider type are current with South Carolina Healthy Connections Medicaid. It is your responsibility to ensure that your information is current.
To update your address, please fax or mail a letter requesting an address change to MCCS Provider Enrollment on company letterhead. The Provider Enrollment fax number is (803) 870-9022. The address is Medicaid Provider Enrollment, P.O. Box 8809, Columbia, SC 29202-8809. The letter should include the provider’s legacy and NPI numbers, as well as the new address, along with the provider’s or an authorized person’s signature and a contact person’s name and telephone number in case there are any questions. To update info other than an address, please go to www.scdhhs.gov/Provider and select “FAQ Guide” for instructions on how to update information in your profile.
What do you do if a beneficiary is out of visit counts?
When checking eligibility, you will see what visit counts they have left. You can request more from your representative or treat them as a self pay.
What do you do if monies are sent to the patient?
Change them to self pay after or before service completion.
What do you do if you contact a Primary Care Provider and they have no record of a patient?
If this were to happen, you would need to contact the Managed Care Organization directly.
What form needs to be completed for access to the Web Tool?
The trading partner agreement form needs to be completed.
What happens if my DHHS Form 181, CRCF 01 or IPC form is not received on time or is not received at all?
What happens if someone in your office initiates a refund with the 205 and an adjustment, how do you get it back?
The program area would have to research the adjustment to return funds.
What happens if the NF or ICF/MR* accepts a hospice resident while Medicaid eligibility is pending and it is later determined that the resident is not eligible? Who is responsible for room and board payment to the NF or ICF/MR?
The hospice is responsible for the room and board amount.
It is imperative that the hospice social worker continues to pursue eligibility for the resident to decrease the financial risk in the event the resident is ultimately not eligible for nursing facility benefits.
*Nursing Facility (NF) or Intermediate Care Facility (ICF) / Mental Retardation (MR)