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To apply to become a MassHealth provider or to become a PCC provider, contact our Provider Enrollment and Credentialing department to receive an enrollment package.
Out-of-state providers may apply for enrollment to provide certain emergency services within 90 days from the date of service. It is necessary for a completed application to be submitted and approved before an out-of-state provider submits claims to MassHealth. MassHealth must receive a completed application within 90 days of the date of service. Please contact MassHealth Customer Service as soon as possible, before or after providing services. For specifics, please refer to MassHealth regulations at 130 CMR 450.109.
Before you return your completed MassHealth provider application, please review the Provider Enrollment Checklist to verify that you have all the required documentation. We suggest printing a copy of the Provider Enrollment Checklist to assist you when assembling all the required documentation.
Provider types subject to the fee are:
All other providers are exempt from the fee.
Unless you are exempt or have an approved hardship request, MassHealth will not process your application until the application fee has been paid. To pay the application fee, provider applicants must use the secure payment site linked below.
MassHealth Application Fee Payment
If you believe that you are exempt due to enrollment with Medicare or another state’s Medicaid program or the Children’s Health Insurance Plan (CHIP), please see MassHealth’s Attestation of Application Fee Payment document. If you would like to request a financial hardship waiver, please see MassHealth’s Hardship Exception Request.