Not Enrolled in Medicaid
Beginning July 1, 2003, Georgia’s Nursing Home Provider Fee Act required that all of the state's nursing homes pay a fee based on the number of patient days of service provided. The fee is due from all licensed nursing homes except federal and state facilities, and all patient days other than those paid by the Medicare program are included in the fee calculation. The fee amount payable for each patient day may vary based on a facility’s number or percentage of medically indigent patients served.
For nursing homes NOT enrolled in Medicaid.
The files available below provide information about reporting requirements and instructions for how provider fees should be paid.
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Provider Fee Report Not in Medicaid Not Exempt - Updated 01/04/23
Instructions Not in Medicaid not exempt
Provider Fee Payments
Effective January 11, 2020, Georgia Department of Community Health has changed the system of receiving provider fee payment from Bank of America Velocity to JP Morgan Chase PAY CONNEXION. Please use the following resources for assistance https://dch.georgia.gov/provider-fee-payment-faqs or call 888-706-0081 or email [email protected].
If your facility has not received a Registration Email from [email protected], please submit the Sign-up Form below.
This file includes the forms needed to set up the electronic funds transfer for payment of provider fee payments. The forms may also be used to make changes to facility name, home office name, contact person, and bank information related to provider fee payments (only).
JPMorgan Chase PAY CONNECT Sign-Up Sheet - Updated 01/04/21
If you have any questions about the provider fee program or reporting requirements, please consult the Directory of Contacts listing and contact the person designated for the subject of your questions.
Directory of Contacts - Updated 02/27/23