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Article 31 Clinic Listening Session

Article 31 Clinic Virtual Listening Sessions: Access, Engagement and Return to Treatment

CTAC and MCTAC  partnered with the NYS Office of Mental Health (OMH) on virtual listening sessions for Article 31 Clinicc as a follow-up to the regional in-person sessions offered in early 2020. These sessions focused on areas related to access, engagement, and return to treatment.

These events included a discussion portion that was NOT recorded. 
 

Fee For Service (FFS) Billing for Article 29-I Health Facilities

For VFCA providers billing Medicaid Fee For Service, especially those opting into Phase 1 in February 2021, this pre-recorded webinar will provide an overview of the updated Article 29-I Health Facility Billing Guidance and focus on the requirements for billing Medicaid Fee For Service for Core Limited Health-Related Services and for Other Limited Health-Related Services. 

Target Audience: VFCA providers billing Fee For Service, especially those opting into Phase 1 in February 2021 

Regulatory Relief and Rapid Access in Article 31 Clinics

CTAC and MCTAC partnered with the Office of Mental Health (OMH) for a webinar offering for Article 31 clinics, Regulatory Relief and Rapid Access in Article 31 Clinics. Over the course of the last year, OMH gathered your feedback and worked with key stakeholders to make changes to Part 599.10 of Clinic Regulations to support more clinically driven and person-centered decisions made with individuals and families. This webinar provides an overview of these regulatory changes.

Clean Claims and Revenue Cycle Management (RCM): Billing Refresher

MCTAC invites you to view this one-hour pre-recorded webinar which discusses key principles of Revenue Cycle Management (RCM), Medicaid Managed Care Plan (MMCP) network and claiming requirements, and provides a refresher on submitting clean claims. This webinar reviews how these concepts support efficient and effective billing practices.
 

While this training is intended as a refresher it can also serve as an introduction to those who are new to billing Medicaid Managed Care. 

Documentation Done Right Workbook Series

Documentation is one of the most important components of delivering behavioral health services. All behavioral health providers are required to meet regulatory standards of practice that include appropriate documentation.

Documentation Done Right is a set of workbooks designed to share best practices in documentation and provide users with exercises that provide an opportunity to practice these skills. Each stand-alone Documentation Done Right workbook targets a specific skill area. Choose the workbook that addresses the topic where you need practice.

Regulations Revisited: A New Look at Article 31 Clinic Processes

CTAC and MCTAC partnered with the NYS Office of Mental Health (OMH) to provide regional in-person trainings for Article 31 Clinics. The trainings facilitated discussions related to areas such as pre-admission, admission, assessment, re-admission, discharge, treatment planning, and documentation. CTAC and MCTAC offered strategies to help providers streamline and strengthen these areas of clinic operations. OMH Clinic Program representatives as well as OMH Licensing representatives participated in the discussion in order to address questions related to OMH requirements. 

Documentation Best Practices for Youth Peer Support and Training Providers: Part 2

Accurately documenting Youth Peer Support and Training (YPST) is critical to providing quality care and ensuring reimbursement. This two-part webinar series reviewed general best practices for documentation, key CFTSS documentation requirements, and recommendations specific to developing treatment plans for YPST.

Please note, this is part 2 of the webinar series. Information is as accurate as of the date of the presentation: December 19th, 2019

Target Audience: Youth Peer Advocates and Youth Peer Advocate Supervisors

Documentation Best Practices for Youth Peer Support and Training Providers: Part 1

Accurately documenting Youth Peer Support and Training (YPST) is critical to providing quality care and ensuring reimbursement. This two-part webinar series reviewed general best practices for documentation, key CFTSS documentation requirements, and recommendations specific to developing treatment plans for YPST.

Please note, this is part 1 of the webinar series. Information is as accurate as of the date of the presentation: December 12th, 2019

Target Audience: Youth Peer Advocates and Youth Peer Advocate Supervisors

Preparing for Managed Care for Youth Peer Support and Training (YPST) Providers

This webinar provided a service overview, discussed managed care billing and contracting, and reviewed medical necessity/UM, referrals, and recommendations for Youth Peer Support and Training. 

The goal of this webinar was to provide reminders of key readiness efforts that should already be underway for the Jan 1st 2020 YPST transition to Managed Care.

The webinar also included a few case examples of YPST and provided opportunity for Q&A regarding preparing for Managed Care.

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