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CHEAT SHEET ON CMS MEDICARE PAYMENTS FOR BEHAVIORAL HEALTH INTEGRATION SERVICES IN FEDERALLY QUALIFIED HEALTH CENTERS AND RURAL HEALTH CLINICS
In November 2017, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) published final rules that allow Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) and Rural Health Clinics (RHCs) to bill for Behavioral Health Integration services, Chronic Care Managerment, and the Collaborative Care Model.
Medicare pays for services provided to patients participating in a collaborative care program or receiving other behavioral health integration (BHI) services. The payment structure may be used for patients with any behavioral health condition being addressed by the treating provider, including substance use disorders. The codes described are not billable by Federally Qualified Health Centers or Rural Health Clinics.
This handy two-sided form helps parents and caregivers gather important asthma and allergy related information in one place. It also includes emergency plan protocols and space for medication lists.
This toolkit contains educational materials and resources to raise awareness about the importance of chronic care management (CCM) services for Medicare and dual eligible patients who are managing multiple chronic conditions.
This post card can be given to patients for more information about Chronic Care Management Resource. For Spanish version, click here
This Clinical Community Relationships Evaluation Roadmap is designed to be a resource for future research and evaluation, of use to funders, researchers, and program evaluators interested in primary care and understanding effective clinical-community resource relationships.
Clinical Data Repository (CDR) Application for Behavioral Health Providers October 2018 -- Behavioral health providers contracted with Medicaid can now access OneHealthPort, Washington state’s Provider Data Service and Health Information Exchange (HIE) system, for a more comprehensive view of a client’s engagement in care.
This article evaluates self-reported clinician burnout and satisfaction in care for complex patients. A collaborative care model for patients with mental and physical health problems may provide the resources needed to improve the quality of care for these patients.
This resource presents a quick reference flow chart to aid in understanding the Quality Payment Program and Merit-Based Incentive Payment Program System.
This administrative readiness checklist provides a list of administrative tasks to be considered when planning a Collaborative Care implementation.