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MEDICAID TPL AND IMPROPER PAYMENTS LEGISLATION SYRTIS SOLUTIONS

30 Aug MEDICAID TPL AND IMPROPER PAYMENTS LEGISLATION

Over the last 56 years, Medicaid has helped provide health services to the most vulnerable populations in the United States. As member enrollment surges, Medicaid TPL and fiscal responsibility have been problematic. To resolve these issues, several legislative efforts have occurred to curb fraud, waste,...

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30 Jun MEDICAID CAN SAVE MILLIONS WITH E-PRESCRIBING

Medicaid payers of last resort face the challenging task of recovering claims payments made in error when program beneficiaries fail to report primary coverage information at the time services are provided. Plan members do not share other coverage information for a multitude of reasons, but...

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Cost Avoidance Coverage Eligibility Enrollment Medicaid 2021 Medicaid Financing ProTPL Section 1115 Waivers Syrtis Solutions

29 Jan MEDICAID IN 2021

The Coronavirus pandemic and the consequential economic recession accentuated the importance of the Medicaid program last year. By February, the Medicaid enrollment rate increased to 7.4 percent, and 76.5 million people were enrolled in the jointly funded program. In 2021, the new administration, economy, and...

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MEDICAID IMPROPER PAYMENTS SYRTIS SOLUTIONS CMS FY 2020

18 Dec $86.49 BILLION IN MEDICAID IMPROPER PAYMENTS

Medicaid is the single largest payer of health care in the United States. As the program has grown in size and scope, it has struggled with fraud, waste, abuse, and improper payments. Over the years, there have been a number of federal initiatives to rein...

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30 Jul COST AVOIDANCE TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS FOR MEDICAID

In addition to rising health care costs and increased spending from the program’s expansion, Medicaid is losing billions of dollars a year from improper payments. Protecting the integrity of the Medicaid program has become a top priority for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services...

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23 Jul MEDICAID COSTS PUT EMPHASIS ON RECOVERY EFFORTS

In 1965, Title XIX of the Social Security Act established the Medicaid program to provide health care coverage to low-income individuals. Over time it has developed into one of the nation's largest payers for health care, covering one out of five Americans. In FY 2017,...

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10 Apr REDUCING MEDICAID’S PRESCRIPTION DRUG COSTS

Since state Medicaid programs are responsible for the healthcare of several populations, skyrocketing prescription drug costs have become a major budgetary concern. Currently, health care spending is dominating many of their budgets and on a per capita basis, inflation-adjusted retail prescription drug spending has increased...

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