All state Medicaid agencies, and those territory Medicaid agencies that participate in any of the covered data sharing programs, maintain a CMS Information Exchange Agreement (IEA) and a Data Request & Attestation (DRA) form. To request additional data files to support coordination and program operations for people who are dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid, see the steps below:
Determine which Medicare Data Files your state or territory wants to request and the intended data use(s).
Determine Data Use
Determine if this is a New Data Use (i.e., first time requesting a data file through the SDRC process) or an Additional Data Use (i.e., requesting additional uses for a data file already received through the SDRC process).
Review IEA and DRA
Review your state's or territory’s current IEA and DRA and, as necessary, make any applicable update. Please contact the SDRC Support Team to request the current version of your state’s or territory’s IEA and/or DRA.
The IEA establishes terms, conditions, safeguards, and procedures governing states’ or territories’ access to Medicare data for the purpose of supporting dually eligible beneficiaries.
See the Request Packages
See the request packages below, organized by data file and request type, for the necessary documents to complete the request. For help determining which data file or request package is right for your state or territory, please contact the SDRC Support Team.
New Use Request Package
Additional Data Use Request Package
Please note that the conflict of interest (COI) templates provided below are suggested guidelines for creating COI letters. The order and format of the information does not need to follow the template exactly; however, the templates do contain key information requirements, and any variation should be submitted for approval from MMCO and/or CPI.
New Use Request Package
NOTE: New and Additional Data Use requests are not applicable to the MMA File Exchange or the Buy-in File Exchange.
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