Millin Assocaites presented at the IAC Training Conference on 1/13/2020 in NYC. This event kicks off our 2020 conference season! Jim Wisz, Director of Client Services, presented on the MillinPro system a s well as various regulation and billing rules. See below for pictures!
Millin would also like to announce that we will be attending the NY Alliance Leadership Conference on 12/5-12/6 at the Saratoga Hilton.
Be sure to come by our booth to ask any questions and to say hello!
Starting January 1, 2020, you MUST submit claims using MBIs (with a few exceptions), no matter what date you performed the service. We’re now in a transition period that goes through December 31, 2019, where you can use either the HICN or the MBI to exchange data with us
New York State would like to announce an update to the Voluntary Foster Care Agency(VFCA) Medicaid Managed Care transition timeline. After a thorough assessment of the
timeline for completion of outstanding actions necessary for a successful transition and in response to stakeholder feedback, the State has changed the effective managed care carve-in date for VFCA services and the foster care population from February 1, 2020 to July 1, 2020. The adjusted timeline is intended to provide ample time for the completion of remaining activities, including contracting and relationship-building between Managed Care Plans and VFCA providers, to ensure a smooth and effective transition.
The Children’s Roundtable meeting took place on August 28, 2019. Agencies providing any of the new Children and Family Treatment and Support Services or Children’s Home and Community Based Services are welcome to attend these monthly meetings.
- This meetings largely focus on implementation discussions between plans and providers.
- Service Providers are highly encouraged to join these meetings in-person at respective locations.
- Managed Care Organizations are required to send representation in-person for plan-provider conversations.
SERVICE COORDINATION includes activities to identify, coordinate, and assist participants in obtaining access to needed health services and in-home supports, as well as social and housing services needed to help participants live in their communities. Under CHC, a service coordinator is a managed care organization’s (CHC-MCO) designated, accountable point-of-contact for each participant receiving long-term care services, their person-centered service plan (PCSP), and service coordination.
The Office of Developmental Programs (ODP) is pleased to announce that the amendments for the Consolidated, Community Living and P/FDS waivers were submitted to CMS on July 19, 2019. The submitted waivers include modifications that were made as a result of the comments received by 17 individuals, families, agencies, and organizations. Each full waiver application, as well as a side-by-side of substantive changes made as a result of public comment, is available online here.