You are a Provider
What is a Provider?
Information at your Fingertips
Provider Info Center
HCA Medication Authorization & Profile
Sample of "HCA Medication" Form (above)
HCA Skilled Task Authorization
Sample of "HCA Skilled" Form (above)
Changing from LPN to RN
Provider Best Practices
Provider Number Surrender
Training & Education
Education Presentation Structural Review
Video to be viewed by all Providers
PCAs - 12 CEUs now needed yearly!
2 Free CEUs given to PCAs for attending Non-Agency Provider Orientation - click Link to sign up for orientation below!
Non-Agency Provider Orientation 2013 Info
*** Must be registered to attend ***
New Provider Education Rules
Personal Care Aide Training
Provider Self-Study Modules
New Provider Billing
Preventing & Resolving Billing Issues
New and Archived Alerts
Provider Success Resources
Becoming a Provider
Provider Roles & Types
Steps to Enrollment
This section is for Providers of Care and Services in the Ohio Home Care Program (Ohiohcp).
What is a Provider?
A provider is an essential part of the Ohiohcp. Medicaid relies on a wide variety of organizations and individuals to provide the services our consumers need to remain healthy and safe in their homes and communities.
Provider Information at your Fingertips
Everything from becoming a provider to the successful continuation in the program is included in this section. Please look through it as well as the entire website and learn more about your role, the program, the consumers you'll serve and the Ohio Home Care personnel.
Providers are an important part of the care team. Therefore, it is important that we open the lines of communication and keep them active throughout your service. Please share your information, comments and other feedback that you feel is important. Use the Ohiohcp Feedback Form in the
Contact Us section.
NOTE: Voluntarily Surrender your Provider Number
All Providers wishing to surrender their Provider Number may do so by printing this Voluntary Termination Form and following the instructions, or by contacting
ODJFS at 614-466-6742.