Identifying the staff in each participating agency who are primarily accountable
for specific Medicaid fraud , waste and abuse control outcomes , and
recommending the structural changes and logistical support necessary to ensure
Author: New York (State)
Vols. for 1951 session-199th session (1976) have note: "Comprising authentic text of the laws, together with other valuable legislative and executive material"; vols. for 200th session (1977)- have note: "Comprising authentic text of the laws together with other valuable materials from the legislature, the executive and the judiciary."
contact the Attorney General's Medicaid Fraud Control Unit if he or she has
evidence of or suspects a healthcare provider (or patient) is committing Medicaid
fraud. Patient Abuse and Neglect Frequent unexplained injuries or complaints of
Author: Janet I. Beik
Publisher: W B Saunders Company
Health Insurance Today: A Practical Approach simplifies health insurance concepts through abundant real-world examples, case studies and application exercises. Practice-based instruction, supported by the direct, conversational writing style, makes the often-complicated insurance billing and coding process understandable and accessible. Each chapter develops the learning objective in a manageable, direct narrative, followed by a short application exercise to ensure student comprehension. Key terms are highlighted and defined in the margins to facilitate immediate understanding and build familiarity with industry terms. Compliance tips located throughout teach correct billing and coding practices to comply with federal and state mandates. Case studies, critical thinking exercises and collaborative learning activities provide ample opportunities for practice, self-assessment and confidence building. Features the new CMS-1500 (8-05 version) throughout, to prepare students for real-world practice. Each chapter has been carefully developed to stand on its own, making the text ideal for open entry programs.