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Learn more about the Next Generation of the Ohio Medicaid program and what it means for providers, including available training.

SYSTEM ADVISORY: Due to maintenance the MITS portal will be unavailable starting Friday, 9/30 at 12:00 p.m. until Saturday, 10/1, 6:00 a.m. Prior to this time, please save your work and log off the MITS system. Starting on 10/1 at 6:00 a.m., please use the following link to access the Provider Network Management module: https://ohpnm.omes.maximus.com/OH_PNM_PROD/Account/Login.aspx

IMPORTANT UPDATE: Ohio Medicaid is upgrading its provider enrollment system

Effective August 1, 2022, ODM will not be accepting new provider enrollment applications or continue any in-progress enrollment applications through the MITS Provider Enrollment System. Due to the July 1 launch of the OhioRISE program, organizational or individual practitioners who will be providing services covered by the OhioRISE program and behavioral health community providers may enroll with Medicaid and add OhioRISE provider specialties between  August 1 and September 30 to begin providing and billing for services. The guidance was updated on August 31. For guidance on this process, please view the Updated Community BH and OhioRISE Provider Enrollment During System Transition available on the Resources for Community Partners and Providers page of the OhioRISE webpage.

Get Your OH|ID By October 1 – The First Step Needed To Access The New PNM and SPBM Modules! 

On October 1, Medicaid providers will need a OH|ID, the State of Ohio’s digital identity standard, to access the Provider Network Management (PNM) Module and Gainwell Technologies’ Single Pharmacy Benefit Manager (SPBM) secure provider portal.  

Click here to create an OH|ID through the state’s login system, ohid.ohio.gov. Providers needing technical assistance can contact Ohio Medicaid’s Integrated Help Desk (IHD) at 1-800-686-1516. The IHD is open Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. ET.

Effective October 1 all provider enrollment applications must be submitted using Ohio Medicaid’s new Provider Network Management (PNM) module. After its implementation, the PNM module will be the single point for providers to complete provider enrollment, centralized credentialing, and provider self-service.