Online Registration Requirements
The registration process outlined below is required only if you will be submitting or reviewing online PASRR
requests for Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF) or Adult Care Home (ACH).
Although PASRR requests for SNF can only be performed online, PASRR request for ACH can be performed online as
well as through a manual paper based process. The purpose of the paper based process is to supplement the Online
Tool when access is not available or desired by a referring agency. To utilize the paper based process, please
refer to ACH PAPER BASED FORM and ACH PROCESS DOCUMENT.
Help is available by contacting the PASARR help desk at 1-855-883-8018.
To conact us by email, please
send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please follow these steps:
Step 1. Computer with Internet Access
To access the online application, all users will need access to a personal computer with
Step 2. Email Account
A valid email account is required for correspondence to be emailed
through the online tool. If you do not have a company email account, free email
accounts can be set up using many search vendors such as AOL, Google, Yahoo etc...
Step 3. Create your user login credentials
Users must establish a user ID and password with the North Carolina Identity Management
Service (NCID). The NCID Service is the standard identity management and access service
provided to State, local, business and citizen users by the State of North Carolina. NCID
enables its customers to achieve an elevated degree of security and access control to real
time resources such as the MUST application. Users can leverage the NCID service to:
- Create and Manage user accounts
- Provide user self-service functions such as self registration and
To create your NCID, follow the instructions
located on the NCID page.
Please Note: Creation of your NCID
requires Internet Explorer. If you are using Fire Fox, be sure to enable the Internet Explorer rendering engine.
For issues related to the creation of your NCID, please refer to the Help
and Support page
Step 4. Elect The Primary Organization Administrator
The Primary Organization Administrator role is granted to the user who registers the
within MUST. The Primary Organization Administrator will also be responsible for completing the
Confidentiality and Security Agreement and the Organization Registration Form.
Addditional responsibilities include the following:
- Approve users registering for access to the Organization
- Ensuring that those users gain access to only required functionality
- Disabling inactive user accounts
- Keeping the Organizations Profile up to date
- Delegating the Admin role to one or more backups within the Organization
Please Note: Once the Primary Administrator Role is granted to the user, the user can delegate
role to other users who have register into the organization. This is helpful if the user who registers the
will not be able to manage the day to day activities such as those mentioned above. For large Organizations, you
consider delegating the Admin role to several users of the Organization.
For large Organizations that have several physical sites, several departments or other complex
please contact the Technical Help Desk before registering your
We will assist you with creating a model that meets your organizational requirement.
Step 5. Complete your registration by selecting one of the
Step 6. Orientation and Training
The following methods below are available to assist with acclimating you to the application.
One on one or group training is available online. Register Online now!
As a supplement to online training, you should refer to the
User Documentation Manual as your
For additional assistance, you can refer to our Help and Support
Please be sure to read about the Remote Assistance solution.
Additional methods such as Online Training will be available in the near future. Please see the following