Update: Medicaid Letter of Attestation 3 Year Requirement

As previously mentioned by the Division of Medical Assistance (DMA), a condition of participating in the Medicaid and North Carolina Choice Programs is that all providers are required to complete and sign the Letter of Attestation, not respective of the amount received in Medicaid payments during the fiscal year. The letter of attestation will be required initially from newly enrolling or re-enrolling providers. Once enrolled, all providers are required to submit the letter of attestation every three years at re-credentialing.

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