What is Texas Medicaid?
Texas Medicaid is the state and federal cooperative venture that provides
health-care benefits to eligible Texas residents. The Texas Health and Human
Services Commission (HHSC) oversees Texas Medicaid and seeks to improve the
health of Texas residents, both adults and children, who might otherwise go
without health-care services.
For more information about HHSC, visit the website at
You can also download the current
Texas Medicaid Provider Procedures Manual
for provider information and services covered under Texas Medicaid.
Why should I enroll in Texas Medicaid?
Texas Medicaid relies on its network of providers to render essential medical
and preventive health-care services to Texas Medicaid clients.
As the front-line of service for Medicaid clients, this network of over
70,000 dedicated professionals make health care more accessible to more than 2.5
million Texas residents throughout the state.
The Texas Medicaid provider network enlists dedicated professionals to help
meet the growing health-care needs of Medicaid clients.
How do I enroll in Texas Medicaid?
There are two ways providers may enroll:
- To apply online,
click here to activate your account. Follow the instructions for completing
the online enrollment process. Download, print, and complete the application
- To submit a paper application, you will need to download the enrollment
forms. You can access these forms by clicking the
Forms button on
a Medicaid Provider web page. The forms you need are under the Provider
Enrollment section. You can also request an enrollment package from TMHP by
phone at 1-800-925-9126 or by mail at:
Texas Medicaid & Healthcare Partnership
ATTN: Provider Enrollment
PO Box 200795
Austin, TX 78720-0795
For enrollment assistance please contact the TMHP Contact Center
(1-800-925-9126, option 2) or TMHP CSHCN Services Program Contact Center
(1-800-568-2413) or click
here to send an email to request assistance with enrollment questions.