Knicole Emanuel Interviewed on Recent Success: Behavioral Health Care Service Still Locked in Overbilling Dispute with State
Last Thursday, I was interviewed by a reporter from New Mexico regarding our Teambuilders win, in which an administrative judge has found that Teambuilders owes only $896 for billing errors. Here is a copy of an article published in the Santa Fe New Mexican, written by Justin Horwath:
The true tragedy is that these companies, including Teambuilders, should not have been put out of business based on false allegations of fraud. Not only was Teambuilders cleared of fraud, but, even the ALJ agreed with us that Teambuilders does not owe $12 million – but a small, nominal amount ($896.35). Instead of having the opportunity to pay the $896.35 and without due process of law, Teambuilders was destroyed – because of allegations.
Posted on November 14, 2016, in Access to Care, Administrative Law Judge, Administrative Remedies, Agency, Alleged Overpayment, Appeal Rights, Appealing Adverse Decisions, Audits, Behavioral health, Credible Allegations of Fraud, Due process, Federal Government, Federal Law, Final Rulings, Fraud, Health Care Providers and Services, Judicial Review, Knicole Emanuel, Lawsuit, Legal Analysis, Legal Remedies for Medicaid Providers, Medicaid, Medicaid Appeals, Medicaid Attorney, Medicaid Audits, Medicaid Fraud, Medicaid Providers, Medicaid Reimbursements, Medicaid Services, New Mexico, PCG, Petitions for Contested Cases, Post-Payment Reviews, Public Consulting Group, Public Consulting Group, Regulatory Audits, Suspension of Medicaid Payments, Tentative Notices of Overpayment, Timely Payments and tagged 15 Behavioral Health Care Providers, Administrative Law Judge, Alleged Overpayments, Audit, Behavioral health, behavioral health care, Credible Allegations of Fraud, Due process, Gordon & Rees, Health care, Health care provider, Knicole Emanuel, Medicaid, Medicaid Attorney; Medicaid Lawyer; Medicare Attorney Medicare Lawyer, Medicaid Audits, Medicaid Payment Suspension, New Mexico, New Mexico Behavioral Health Providers, PCG, Public Consulting Group, Teambuilders. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.