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Welcome to the Office of NCTracks

The Office of NCTracks within the NC Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) oversees NCTracks, the claims reimbursement system for providers of Medicaid and other DHHS services, and NCAnalytics, the reporting and analytics component.

NCTracks and NCAnalytics enable better management of the state and federal healthcare funds, and timely and accurate provider payments.

The Office of NCTracks oversees:

  • Development and implementation of the International Classification of Diseases-10 (ICD-10)
  • Vendor contracts monitoring and oversight
  • User testing of all system changes prior to their implementation
  • Federal reporting

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Provider Taxonomy Lookup

To find a provider’s location, enter an NPI number or EIN. You will receive up to 15 taxonomies for that location.


Taxonomy codes are a national code set managed by the National Uniform Claim Committee (NUCC). These codes allow providers to identify their types, specialties and classifications.

NC DHHS and its fiscal agent, the Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC), are utilizing taxonomy codes to classify health care providers by the services they provide.

Taxonomy codes are:

  • Maintained on the provider’s record and must be verified based on licenses and certifications.
  • Submitted to NCTracks on claims and other items like prior approvals.
  • Used during adjudication.

Taxonomy codes have defined levels such as provider type, classification, and specialization. These levels are viewable and part of the provider record.

The taxonomy code on the claim must match the taxonomy code on the provider’s record or else the claim will be denied.