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The State Comptroller requires that all entities receiving payments from the Commonwealth have a Form W-9 "Request for Verification of Taxation Reporting Information" on file. The W-9 form must be filled out when there is a change in the following.
Members are asked to choose a PCC or Managed Care Organization (MCO); if no choice is made, the member is assigned to one based on the member's demographics.
Members may select a new PCC by calling the MassHealth Customer Service Center at 1-800-841-2900. A transfer to a different PCC becomes effective after one business day. MassHealth does not limit the number of times that a member can change PCCs or managed care providers (that is, from the PCC Plan to a Managed Care Organization, and vice versa).
If you are a PCC Plan provider who has a patient who returns to your practice even though you are not that member's PCC of record, please allow the member to call the Customer Service Center from your office to make a change in his/her PCC Plan assignment. This will help to ensure that you will be eligible to be paid for any services you may provide to the member in the future.
Enrollment in Managed Care is ongoing; verify eligibility prior to each service that you provide.
No. There is a separate application process for the PCC Plan and only specific provider types may enroll. They are:
For more information, or to request a PCC Plan application, contact Provider Enrollment.
No. You must enroll with another PCC group practice as a PCC provider, or enroll as an individual PCC provider.
It depends on your provider type. If you are a physician, your practice site may be as far as 50 miles outside of the Massachusetts border and you may apply to become a MassHealth provider. For more information, you can refer to the regulation specific to your provider type.
Out-of-state providers MUST submit an application within 90 days of the date of service. Additionally, the service(s) provided must have been as a result of an emergency and the provider type eligible to enroll in MassHealth. For more information, you can refer to the regulation specific to your provider type.
Please call Provider Enrollment and an Enrollment Specialist will assist you. It is very important to inform MassHealth of any acquisition change prior to the effective date of the change as it may have billing and payment implications that may require MassHealth to issue new provider numbers.
Some examples of changes that may be considered an acquisition change include a change in Tax Identification, licensure, and change of organizational structure.
If you are unsure or would like clarification regarding acquisition changes, please contact us and an Enrollment Specialist will assist you.
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EFT offers the following advantages over traditional reimbursement via paper check:
For more information; go to EFT/Direct Deposit page.