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    RCPA is offering this exciting opportunity, exclusively for its members!

    Tuesday, September 11, 2018 – 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm

    In this 60-minute educational members-only webinar, hosted by RCPA and led by Wojdak Government Relations, you will learn about the statewide Quality Care Assessment (QCA), a program that annually provides more than $1 billion in Medicaid payments to hospitals and freestanding medical rehabilitation hospitals. This webinar will provide members with a comprehensive understanding of:

    • The background of the assessment and its initial design;
    • The benefits and challenges of the assessment to the industry and to classes of providers;
    • The details of the recent five year reauthorization;
    • The current politics and state agency dynamics around the assessment;
    • The current federal climate related to provider assessments; and
    • The future opportunities for freestanding medical rehabilitation hospitals.

    Following this webinar, there will be a Q&A session to further discuss the presentation and share ideas related to Medicaid payments and policy. Members may also submit questions ahead of the webinar. Please register here.

    Contact Melissa Dehoff, RCPA Director of Rehabilitation Services, with any questions.

    RCPA is hosting a free educational webinar on the Federal ORP (order, refer, or prescribe) Requirements on Wednesday, August 16, 2017, 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm. The webinar will be presented by David C. McAdoo, MBA, Executive Director, Southwest Behavioral Health Management, Inc. and Jamie Buchenauer, Director, Bureau of Fee for Services. Registration is required. Please register here to participate.

    The Affordable Care Act requires all physicians including psychiatrists, physician assistants, and certified registered nurse practitioners to directly enroll in PA State Medicaid (PROMISe) to order, refer, or prescribe medications, testing, services, or other items billed to Medicaid. Any MD acting as the Medical Director in a licensed substance abuse or mental health facility must meet this requirement for the facility to bill Medicaid. Specifically, each psychologist, MD, CRNP, or PA touching the PA State Medicaid program must have at least one PROMISE ID under the NPI number on their license.

    This webinar will address the requirement, the specific services that are covered, documentation that must be collected, the modifications needed in claims to bill Medicaid moving forward, and strategies for maintaining patient safety and uninterrupted access to medication and services during the transition to full compliance with this new requirement.

    Outline

    • Introductions
    • Overview of Goals
      1. Understand the purpose of the ORP
      2. Understand which medical licenses are covered under the ORP
      3. Understand which medications, labs, services, and other benefits are covered under the ORP
      4. Understand the impact of the ORP on Medicaid and Medicare access to:
        1. Medications
        2. Lab Testing
    • PH Testing
    1. Behavioral Health Services
      • BHR Services
      • Peer Support and Psych Rehab
      • Family Based
      • BH services with an identified “medical director”
    • Understand the technical requirements for paper and electronic claim submission compliance with the ORP
    • Identify the changes and/or modifications needed in BH services to document ORP compliance
    • Identify the actions that are needed to assure all clients have uninterrupted access to BH and all prescribed medications
    • Review the timelines for ORP implementation in PA

    Thu, Jul 20, 2017 11:00 am – 12:00 pm EDT

    A PA ABLE Savings Program account gives individuals with qualified disabilities (Eligible Individuals), and their families and friends, a tax-free way to save for a wide range of disability-related expenses, while maintaining government benefits. The state and federal tax-free investment options are offered to encourage Eligible Individuals and  their families to save private funds to support health, independence, and quality of life. Some of the topics that we will discuss include: eligibility requirements for opening a PA ABLE account, the federal and state tax benefits of PA ABLE, and how PA ABLE account interacts with current benefits. Register here for this free webinar.

    Time is running out; the deadline for revalidating is Thursday, March 24, 2016. Numerous RCPA members have already gone through this process, but it appears that large numbers of providers have not yet done so. A special provider revalidation webinar will be held by RCPA on Wednesday, January 6 at 10:00 am. Jamie Buchenauer, from the Department of Human Services, will be presenting the webcast.