Revalidation

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Health First Colorado and CHP+ Provider Revalidation

Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+) and Health First Colorado (Colorado’s Medicaid Program) providers must revalidate in the program at least every five (5) years to continue as a provider. Organization Health Care Providers are required to obtain and use a unique National Provider Identifier (NPI) for each service location and provider type enrolled.

ATTENTION: The deadlines for the next revalidation cycle will be in October 2020, based on previous enrollment approval dates. Providers will be contacted via email approximately 6 months prior to their revalidation deadline with further instructions. Attempting to revalidate by completing a new application before being notified will create duplicate enrollments and cause claim processing issues.

A testing period will begin on April 30, 2020. Providers who originally enrolled in 2015 and will need to revalidate in 2020 will begin receiving letters on or after June 1, 2020.

 
What can providers do now to prepare?
  • Ensure each National Provider Identifier (NPI) for Health First Colorado is also enrolled with Medicare, for providers who bill Medicare. Please see the Colorado NPI Law web page for more information.
  • Ensure all the data in each enrollment profile is correct prior to revalidation. Providers have 3 email addresses on file and the "contact" email address is used for provider enrollment communications.
What do providers need to know?
  • Refer to the Updated Revalidation Special Newsletter for more information on the revalidation process.
  • Refer to the Revalidation Quick Guide now available on the Quick Guides web page for more information on completing the revalidation application through the Provider Web Portal.
  • Providers will be revalidated on a continuous, rolling 5-year schedule.
  • Providers with multiple locations will not have to revalidate all sites at once unless all the locations were approved on the same day. Email notices will be sent separately for each location.
  • Each provider will be notified via email six months in advance of their revalidation deadline. The deadline is based on the date the enrollment application was approved.
 

What information can be updated through revalidation?

Some information will be auto-populated on the revalidation application, so not all sections are required to be completed. Providers should verify all the data in the provider’s enrollment profile is correct and up-to-date prior to revalidation.

The table below displays what information can be updated through the revalidation application versus what content can be updated through a Provider Maintenance request separately in the Provider Web Portal.

Provider Web Portal Panel Panel Sections Revalidation Application Provider Maintenance Update
Request Information Initial Enrollment Information    
Provider Information   ✔ (NPI only)
Contact Information  
Specialties Specialties  
Additional Taxonomies  
Addresses Service Location  
Billing & Mailing Address
Provider Identification Provider Legal name  
Organizational Structure  
Durable Medical Equipment Information  
License
Medicare Participation  
DEA #
Network Participation  
Identification Types Not Listed in Revalidation  
Languages Languages
Other Information Malpractice/General Liability Insurance, certification
Supplemental Questions  
Additional Information Section (Website) ✔ (Additions only) ✔ (Additions or deletions)
Addendums Addendums  
Disclosures Disclosures
Fingerprinting Fingerprinting and Criminal Background Check  
Attachments and Fees Attachments (Supporting Documentation) and Fees
Agreement Provider Participation Agreement  

*The Provider Maintenance Update column is not a conclusive list of all items that can be updated through a Provider Maintenance request.

 
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