Consider Nominating This Blog for the 2015 Best Legal Blog Contest (Please)!
The 2015 Legal Blog Contest is here!
For all you that follow this blog, thank you! I hope that you agree that I provide you with valuable and up-to-date information on Medicaid/care regulatory issues. At least, that is my hope in maintaining this blog. And maintaining this blog takes a lot of time outside my normal, hectic legal career and my time as a mom and wife. Don’t get me wrong…I love blogging about these issues because these issues are near and dear to my heart. I am passionate about health care, health care providers, Medicaid and Medicare, and access to quality care.
If you are a follower, then you know that I try to keep my readers current on Medicaid/care fraud, federal and state laws, legal rights for health care providers, bills in the General Assembly germane to health care, extrapolation issues, CMS rulings, managed care matters, reimbursement rates, RAC audits and much, much more!
If you enjoy my blog, I ask a favor. Please consider nominating my blog for the 2015 Best Legal Blog Contest.
If you want to nominate my blog, please click here.
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For category, click on “Niche and Specialty.” I do not believe the other categories correctly describe my blog.
And type a reason why you enjoy my blog. Much appreciated!
Posted on August 3, 2015, in Division of Medical Assistance, Doctors, Eligibilty, Federal Law, Fraud, Freedom of Choice of Provider, General Assembly, Health Care Providers and Services, Home Health Care Agencies, Hospice, Hospital Medicaid Providers, Injunctions, Lawsuit, Legal Analysis, Legal Remedies for Medicaid Providers, Long Term Care Facilities, Managed Care, MCO, Medicaid, Medicaid Advocate, Medicaid Appeals, Medicaid Attorney, Medicaid Audits, Medicaid Costs, Medicaid Providers, Medicaid Recoupment, Medicaid Reimbursements, Medicaid Services, Medicare, Medicare Attorney, Medicare Reimbursement Rates, NC, NC DHHS, NCTracks, North Carolina, Personal Care Services, Physicians, Program Integrity, Provider Medicaid Contracts, RAC, RAC Audits, Reconsideration Reviews, Regulatory Audits, Tax Dollars, Taxes, Tentative Notices of Overpayment, Termination of Medicaid Contract, Transparency and tagged Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, CMS, Division of Medical Assistance, Extrapolations, General Assembly, Health care, Health care provider, Health Care Providers and Services, Legal blog, Legal blog contest, Managed care, Managed Care Organizations, MCO, Medicaid, Medicaid Audits, Medicaid Budget, Medicaid Fraud, Medicaid recipients, Medicaid Reform, Medicaid Reimbursement Rate, Medicaid reimbursement rates, Medicare fraqud, NC DHHS, NC Medicaid, North Carolina, RAC, RAC Audits, regulatory issues, Waiver. Bookmark the permalink. 9 Comments.