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Becoming a Medicaid Provider for Adults with Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities
Under either the Supports or Community Care Programs, billing Medicaid isn't as complicated as one might first think. If done correctly, the turn around time to becoming a Medicaid provider of support services for the intellectually and developmentally disabled is fairly short. In 1-3 months time, your organization and/or agency could be providing needed services to adults over 21 years old.
Medicaid uses a fiscal agent, DXC Technology (formerly Molina) to process all provider claims for services. So, any agency and/or provider of services interested need only complete the DXC Technology provider application. Once successful and approved, providers are added to the state's provider database. Support Coordinators then use that database to locate providers of needed services for the individuals they support. Provider information is supplied to individuals and families, who then use the information to solicit services.
Be sure to request an application for BOTH the Supports and Community Care Programs. It is also recommended that those interested contact DDD Provider enrollment in advance.
Keep a copy of whatever documentation was submitted to DXC Technology for future reference.