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Stay Enrolled as a KanCare Provider – Don't Forget to Revalidate

KDHE (April 12, 2024) – The Kansas Medical Assistance Program has resumed provider revalidations after a pause in the process because of the Public Health Emergency, which ended May 11, 2023. Every KanCare provider must complete a revalidation to remain enrolled in the Kansas Medicaid program. A 60-day and a 30-day notice is being sent to each provider with their new due date and instructions on how to revalidate. Providers must revalidate by their due date or risk termination.

Revalidation notices will be sent to the email address on file for each provider. If this contact information is outdated, KMAP may not be able to contact the provider. Please make sure that providers are watching their email inbox or hospital mailbox for the notice. Failure to revalidate will result in the termination of KanCare enrollment. If a provider is unsure who the owner of their revalidation is, they should email KMAP at or call (800) 933-6593.

If you have any questions, please reach out to Shannan Flach at (785) 233-7436.
--Shannan Flach