Hospital Presumptive Eligibility QP Webinar
Sign up now for the September 18, 2014, Hospital Presumptive
Eligibility Qualified Provider Training
The Hospital Presumptive Eligibility (HPE) process allows acute
care hospitals to make presumptive eligibility determinations so
that certain eligibility groups can receive temporary healthcare
coverage under the Indiana Health Coverage Programs (IHCP) until
official eligibility can be determined. The HPE process allows IHCP
providers (not just hospitals) to be reimbursed for covered
services provided during this temporary period. For more
information about the HPE process, see the
Hospital Presumptive Eligibility web page on this
Acute care hospitals are encouraged to have representatives
participate in "Hospital Presumptive Eligibility Qualified Provider
Training," an online webinar scheduled for September 18, 2014, 10 -
11:30 a.m. Although this webinar will not be the only HPE training
session offered, it is the next available opportunity to receive
the training necessary to become a qualified provider (QP).
Representatives from eligible hospitals can register for the
webinar from the
Workshop Registration page on this site by September 16, 2014.
Note: When registering, be sure to include the
hospital's National Provider Identifier (NPI), so the IHCP can
activate the hospital's QP status after the training.
Hospitals participating in the training webinar are still
required to complete the enrollment application and attestation
online through Web interChange to enroll as QPs for HPE. Webinar
attendance will be verified before activating a hospital's QP
status. Acute care hospitals unable to participate but still
interested in becoming an HPE QP can complete the enrollment and
attestation online. They will then be scheduled for the required
training at a later date.