Understanding Missouri Medicaid I

Tiffany Harbour holds a bachelors degree in Health Services Administration.  Her experience as an executive director and legal advocate offered her the knowledge and experience to understand complicated regulation.  Tiffany worked with the Medicaid billing system while employed at a mental health practice.  She will help others learn how to navigate OMB and Missouri Medicaid. Tiffany is VP of Development at Sand Dollar Systems.

 

Kansas Behavioral Science Regulatory Board
Provider Number 20-001

Instructors: Tiffany Harbour and J. Michael Robinson

This offering surveys the definition concepts and regulatory issues related to Medicaid as it applies to social and mental health services within the State of Missouri. Attendees will examine the relationships of the various mental health professions to diagnosis, billing codes, and operational and documentary requirements. A sample Progress Note will be provided for the review of attendees. This offering is a survey and is not intended to fully prepare a practitioner for full participation in Missouri Medicaid.

Understanding Missouri Medicaid I (3 CEU’s)
3 hours
Date: October 2nd, 2021 (1pm – 4:30pm)

TOPICS: ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS
Time: 1:15 – 1:45
Instructor: Tiffany Harbour
LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
1. The attendee will list four (4) requirements for becoming a qualified Missouri HealthNet provider.
2. The attendee will list five (5) professions that may participate as behavior health providers in the Missouri Medicaid program.
3. The attendee will list approved activities that may be conducted by each of the five (5) behavioral health provider in the Missouri HealthNet program.
CONTENT SOURCES:
Missouri Health Net Division Behavioral Health Training Booklet
Missouri Code of State Regulations

Break Time: 2:15 – 2:30

TOPICS: PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS
Time: 2:30 – 4
Instructor: Tiffany Harbour
LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
1. Attendees will discuss the “standard of integrity” needed to participate in the Mo HealthNet program.
2. Attendees will define “Waste Fraud and Abuse’ as applied to service provision by participants in the Missouri HealthNet program.
3. The attendee will define a “client record”” progress note” and the requirements for document retention necessary for participation in the Missouri HealthNet program.
CONTENT SOURCES:
Missouri Health Net Division Behavioral Health Training Booklet
Missouri Code of State Regulations

Quiz and Evaluation:  4 – 4:30

Your license number must be included in the “additional notes” section at check out to ensure proper CEU credits for the completed class.

Location: Online via Zoom
The link will be sent out one week prior to the start of the course.

In the event of a cancellation, fully registered participants will be scheduled into the next regularly occurring seminar offered by the Sand Dollar Learning Centers.

Certificates will be released upon successful completion of the class quiz and course evaluation.


 


 

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