05 Jan MEDICAID NEWS RECAP – DECEMBER 2022
Syrtis Solutions distributes a monthly Medicaid news summary to help you stay up-to-date. The monthly roundup focuses on developments, research, and legislation that relates to Medicaid program integrity, cost avoidance, coordination of benefits, improper payments, fraud, waste, and abuse. Below is a summary of last month’s Medicaid news.
Becker’s Payer Issues, December 27
Georgia’s Medicaid work requirement program is set to begin July 1, 2023, making it the only state with such requirements, Capital Beat News Service reported Dec. 23. Here are five notes on how the program, called Pathways to Coverage, will work: 1. The program will require enrollees to complete 80 hours of work, job training, education or community service per month to receive Medicaid coverage, according to the report. 2. Enrollees will need to certify their employment each month, according to the report. read more