Become Medicaid/Medicare provider - page 10

by JM3RN 102,016 Views | 95 Comments

Hello, I am new here. I am in the process of planning my own business, either home care (private duty) or care manager (I just became aware of this title; is anyone familiar with it?). I read in an old post that a nurse became... Read More


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    Its taking Ohio 120 days to process PDN apps. Told mine will be done this week... Any other current providers here that dont work for an agency? Im ready, nervous and excited.. BLR/LPN
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    I tried filling out the application but it asks for business name? What do you put if you want to work independant?
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    Can a Registered Nurse in any state apply for a NPI #? I am currently living in Tennessee and am having difficulty determining if I can get reimbursed like this here. If anyone has any information regarding this I would greatly appreciate it!
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    Hello. I have put my application in to be a private duty nurse as a Medicaid Provider in OH. I am told it is taking 90-120 days to get your Medicaid Provider ID number. If anyone has information that will be helpful/informational, I would appreciate it very much. It was good seeing other peoplethat are interested in this and hearing what they are saying! Thanks.
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    Quote from jenniferahrosen
    Can a Registered Nurse in any state apply for a NPI #? I am currently living in Tennessee and am having difficulty determining if I can get reimbursed like this here. If anyone has any information regarding this I would greatly appreciate it!
    If you google Tennessee private duty nurse, a tennessee.gov web site pops up:

    http://tennessee.gov/hsda/news/APPLYC~1.PDF

    Hopefully, you can find answers to your questions at the above link.

    Are you making headway getting your NPI #?
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    I'm a M/M provider in Wisconsin. Here our rate of pay is $21.xx/hr for an LPN, and $32.xx/hr for RN. Does anybody know what the rate of pay is in Illinois? I have looked all over and can't find a job board for Illinois patients.


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