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Oregon Medicaid Documentation
Providers are required to retain clinical records for seven (7) years and financial and other records described for at least five (5) years from the date(s) of service.
The provider or the provider's designated billing service or other entity responsible for the maintenance of financial, clinical, and other records shall develop and maintain adequate financial and clinical records and other documentation that supports the specific care, items, or services for which payment has been requested. Payment shall be made only for services that are adequately documented.
Documentation shall be completed before the service is billed to the Division and meet the following requirements: