Provider Enrollment

ATTENTION:  Some providers can now temporarily enroll in Health First Colorado (Colorado's Medicaid Program) to provide services during the COVID-19 public health emergency. New applicants will be required to indicate whether they are enrolling temporarily due to the public health emergency or enrolling for the long-term. Refer to the drop-down section further down on this page, titled “New Provider Specialties for COVID-19 Long-Term and Temporary Enrollment,” for further details.




Enrollment Resources


Need to speak to a live agent for help with your enrollment? Please call the Provider Services Call Center at 1-844-235-2387, then select option 2 and then option 5.





Federal regulations established by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) require enhanced screening for all existing (and newly enrolling) providers. These regulations are designed to increase compliance and quality of care and to reduce fraud. All providers, medical or nonmedical, who are enrolled with and bill Medicaid for services under the state plan or a waiver must be screened under rule CCR 2505-10 8.100  by enrolling. In addition, providers that provide services through Managed Care Organizations (MCOs), including Child Health Plans Plus (CHP+) and Regional Accountable Entities (RAEs), need to enroll. This is necessary because the validity and currency of all provider licenses to perform any service must be screened.

Ordering, Prescribing, or Referring (OPR) Provider Information

Enrollment News and Updates