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Oregon Verification of Eligibility and Coverage
To ensure Division reimbursement of services, providers are responsible to verify the following before rendering services:
Providers who do not verify eligibility and benefit coverage with the Division before serving a person shall assume full financial responsibility in serving that person.
The following types of client identification (ID) only list the client’s name, Oregon Medicaid ID number (prime number), and the date the ID was issued. They do not guarantee client eligibility or benefit coverage:
When a person presents a standard or replacement ID, providers must verify client eligibility and benefit coverage through one of the following
The client may also present one of the following Temporary Oregon Health IDs; both are full-page forms: