North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 108C. Medicaid and Health Choice Provider Requirements § 108C-9. Provider enrollment criteria
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(a) Applicants who submit an initial application for enrollment in North Carolina Medicaid or North Carolina Health Choice shall be required to submit an attestation and complete trainings prior to being enrolled.
(b) The applicant's attestation shall contain a statement that the applicant's organization has met the minimum business requirements necessary to comply with all federal and State requirements governing the Medicaid and Children's Health Insurance programs, does not owe any outstanding taxes or fines to the U.S. or North Carolina Departments of Revenue or Labor or the Division of Employment Security (DES) of the Department of Commerce, does not owe any final overpayment, assessment, or fine to the North Carolina Medicaid or North Carolina Health Choice programs or any other State Medicaid or Children's Health Insurance program, and has implemented a corporate compliance program as required under federal law. The Department shall set forth by rule the minimum business requirements necessary to comply with all federal and State requirements governing the Medicaid and Children's Health Insurance Program.
(c) Prior to being initially enrolled in the North Carolina Medicaid or Health Choice programs, an applicant's representative shall attend trainings as designated by the Department in rules, including, but not limited to, the following:
(1) The Basic Medicaid Billing Guide, common billing errors, and how to avoid them.
(2) Audit procedures, including explanation of the process by which the Department extrapolates audit results.
(3) How to identify Medicaid recipient fraud.
(4) How to report suspected fraud or abuse.
(5) Medicaid recipient due process and appeal rights.
Online training shall be available for completion through the Department's Web site. The Department may charge a fee to recover costs of such trainings.
(d) Making any materially false or misleading statement in an attestation or enrollment application shall be grounds for denial, termination of, or permanent exclusion from enrollment in the North Carolina Medicaid or North Carolina Health Choice programs.
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