June 1st: Medicaid Behavioral Health Provider Meeting!! Recovering Monetary Damages!!!
This is a solicitation. (This is an effort to thwart any possible assertions that my disclaimer is not enough. I have put my warning. See also my disclaimer).
In fact, this is a group of providers meeting together who have been wronged monetarily by the Medicaid system, whether by DMA, the MCOs, and/or the RACs, to discuss future options. We had a similar group session May 11, 2012, in Raleigh and it was met with great success! Many providers attended. We were able to share stories. At the end of the meeting, everyone was excited for the future. So we wanted to host one more meeting in the western portion of the state to invite additional providers. June 15th will be our cut-off. If you are interested in this cause, please come to our June 1st meeting!!!
WHERE: The Cornwell Center at Myers Park Baptist Church, 2001 Selwyn Avenue, Charlotte, NC
WHO: (Any provider that answers “Yes” to the following questions)
Have you been placed on Pre-Payment Status and been unable to meet the standards to get off of Pre-payment Status?
Have you been told that you are not in good standing with DMA and have been unable to receive assistance restoring your standing?
Have you been wrongly denied access to one of the new MCO provider networks?
Have you been told that your Medicaid number is being terminated or has been terminated?
Have your Medicaid payments been wrongly suspended?
Have these actions resulted in loss of income, your business closing, emotional stress, or other negative consequences?
Have you received a Tentative Notice of Overpayment stating that you must pay back money to the State?
If so, please join us!
Knicole C. Emanuel
Lunch will be provided so please RSVP to by clicking the REGISTER NOW link.
Questions? Please contact Caitlin Williamson at email@example.com or 804.420.6267.
Knicole C. Emanuel – 919.981.4031 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on May 24, 2013, in Division of Medical Assistance, Harassment, Health Care Providers and Services, Legal Analysis, MCO, Medicaid, Medicaid Appeals, Medicaid Audits, Medicaid Contracts, Mental Health, Mental Illness, Monetary Damages, NC DHHS, North Carolina, Post-Payment Reviews, Prepayment Review, Provider Medicaid Contracts, RAC, RAC Audits, Tentative Notices of Overpayment, Termination of Medicaid Contract and tagged Audit, Division of Medical Assistance, Health care provider, Managed Care Organizations, MCO, Medicaid, Medicaid lawsuit, Monetary Damages, Prepayment, Providers Pooling Funds, Public Consulting Group, Recovery Audit Contractor, Tentative Notice of Overpayment. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.