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Virginia Department of Medical Assistance Services (DMAS)

Attention Providers:

Due to outdated provider licensing information, some providers did not receive proper notification of license expiration.  This may affect your ability to perform tasks in the PRSS portal.  If you recently received a License Expired Termination Notification, you DO NOT NEED TO TAKE ACTION.

We are working expeditiously to reinstate all terminated service locations by early next week.  A future notice will be sent to you requiring your updated licensing information to be submitted for continued enrollment.

If you have any questions please send them to askmes@dmas.virginia.gov.


All of our modules are up and running, including PRSS (Providers), CRMS (LOCERI, eMLS and PACE) and MMIS access.  Publicly available MES resources are accessed through the menu at the top of any page on the site - no login required.

The MES Portal - What Can I Do Here?

This is the main gateway to everything MES, and we're adding the resources you need to do your job.  Here's a quick list of things you can accomplish here:

Remedy users can login to MMIS here


Important Provider Links

Have questions?  Try our Provider FAQ for answers to common questions asked by Providers and other users.

Are you a Provider looking for the Primary Account Holder (PAH) Request FormDownload it here

New Providers can enroll or check their enrollment status here
(Click on the "Menu" button on the next page)

 

Here's an answer to the question - "What's MES?"

 

Medicaid Enterprise System (MES)

MES (Pronounced 'Mez) was created to transform our Medicaid technology from an antiquated all-in-one-box solution, to a modular, expandable and cost-effective solution which benefits our Members, Providers and stakeholders.  This collection of advanced technologies directly supports the business needs of DMAS.

MES - Why?

The Department of Medical Assistance Services (DMAS) planned and began building MES in 2016, to replace Virginia’s existing all-in-one-box solution.  DMAS followed the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), who sponsored the Medicaid Information Technology Architecture (MITA) initiative.  MITA was designed to facilitate the nationwide upgrade to State’s Medicaid systems to a flexible, modular form.

 

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