Please call the South Country Health Alliance Provider Contact Center at 1-888-633-4055 with any questions in this section.
Web Training Links
Minnesota Provider Screening and Enrollment (MPSE) portal training for transportation providers
Minnesota Provider Screening and Enrollment (MPSE) portal training for transportation providers. Minnesota Health Care Programs (MHCP) is offering free MPSE portal training sessions to transportation providers via Webex. This training will explain how to use and navigate the MPSE portal. We will also show you how to complete an organization to individual affiliation request for enrolling your individual drivers.
The first training session will be Tuesday, Feb. 15, 2022, and additional sessions will be held every two weeks until April 12, 2022. You can register for these sessions by visiting the Minnesota Provider Screening and Enrollment (MPSE) Portal Training for Transportation Services Providers webpage for the MPSE portal for transportation providers and select the date from the links provided.
As a reminder, on July 1, 2021, Minnesota legislation began requiring all nonemergency medical transportation (NEMT) drivers to enroll with MHCP and affiliate with a transportation organization by July 1, 2022.
Review past provider notifications for more information:
- Nonemergency Medical Transportation (NEMT) driver enrollment required, enrollment process has begun MHCP provider news and updates message posted July 8, 2021
- Incomplete Nonemergency Medical Transportation driver applications delay processing MHCP provider news and updates message posted Dec. 23, 2021
- How to Enroll information in the Transportation Enrollment and Criteria and Forms section of the MHCP Provider Manual updated Jan. 4, 2022, to make the enrollment process clear for both transportation organizations and individual drivers
COVID-19: Training for Frontline Nursing Home Staff & Management
Take online training to get CMS nursing home guidance on COVID-19 preparedness, resident-centered care, and infection prevention and control. You can get a certificate of participation.
DHS transitioning PCPO to CFSS agencies
Minnesota Department of Human Services (DHS) has begun the transition for currently enrolled Personal Care Provider Organization (PCPO) agencies to Community First Services and Supports (CFSS) agencies. All PCPO owners currently enrolled in Minnesota Health Care Programs (MHCP), managers and qualified professionals (QP) must complete CFSS training for current PCA agencies and pass the review test to add CFSS service codes to their existing MHCP enrollment record. Each owner, manager and QP will need their own certificate to meet the credentialing requirement. Providers will need to submit these certificates along with all current bonds and insurance documents via fax to MHCP at 651-431-7465.
To register for the training, go to Personal Care Assistance (PCA) and Community First Services and Supports (CFSS) Training and Test, click the Training button, enter your information and check your email for next steps.
Call the MHCP Provider Resource Center at 651-431-2700 or 800-366-5411, option 4, if you have questions about this information.
DSD 2022 EIDBI Autism and Related Conditions Training and Events
Find Upcoming DHS courses, conferences, webinars and online training
Locate DHS Courses, Conferences, Webinars and Online Training as the following link.
Minnesota Dept of Human Services (DHS)
TrainLink for Providers
As an enrolled provider with DHS – you have access to a variety of training opportunities on various subjects that pertains to your specialty or area of health care.
Register in TrainLink www.dhs.state.mn.us/TrainLink to attend a class with DHS
Select a link below to access a Learning Center with program specific course offerings and registration information.
- Behavioral Health
- Child Support
- Children's Services
- Disability Services
- Health Care
- Housing and Support Services
- Income Maintenance and Employment Services
- Older Adult Programs
- Trainers (DHS)
Additional DHS training and enrollment options for training areas not listed above are available through the links in the Training News and Information page. Locate Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services, Minnesota Health Care Programs (MHCP) Provider, and MHCP Ombudsman training events in Training News and Information.
When enrolling, attendees are asked to ensure their TrainLink profile is current. Attendees are also asked to sign into the class with the same name used in TrainLink to ensure their attendance is accurately recorded.
The registration deadline is midnight on the night before the training.
DHS will provide students with a certificate of completion after attending each training.