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OhioBWC - Basics:  Provider enrollment and certification

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Provider enrollment and certification

To be eligible for reimbursement, (except for state-fund claims with dates of injury prior to Oct. 20, 1993, emergencies, initial visits or as otherwise defined in the Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) 4123-6-12) medical providers must be BWC-certified. The first step in becoming BWC-certified is completing and submitting the Application for Provider Enrollment (MEDCO-13) along with all required documentation. BWC will review the information to ensure that you meet the minimum certification criteria. Providers must meet all licensing, certification and accreditation requirements necessary to provide services. Other minimum credentials are based on provider type. If you meet all the credentialing criteria and sign the provider agreement, BWC will certify you to participate in the Health Partnership Program (HPP).

All BWC-certified providers are listed on this Web site. Visit the BWC-certified provider look-up in the Medical providers look-up section.

For additional information about becoming a BWC-certified provider, click here.

Pharmacy provider enrollment is a service provided by BWC’s Pharmacy Benefits Manager (PBM). Pharmacy providers should contact the PBM to enroll.