In the past hearing the four letter word OMIG has struck fear and panic even to the best of agencies. However, systems were put in place and Therap developed billing and audit tools to assist agencies to maintain compliance and now there is a better sense of calm and confidence. I am providing a link for you to read the OMIG Work Plan for fiscal years 2012 and 2013. As you have heard more about managed care one should pay close attention to the objectives identified for Public Health and Managed Care Organizations (MCO’s). I know I am. Fortunately, the audits and reviews for the current services supporting people with disabilities remain stable.
OMIG – what’s next you may say?
By raiyaan|2016-11-03T10:08:50+00:00June 1st, 2012|Categories: Audits, General, Medicaid|Tags: AIDD, audits, CHOICES, CMS, Community Living, DDSO, Developmental Disabilities, DSP's, HIPAA, ICF/MR, Incident Management, Medicaid, MSC, new york, NYSACRA, NYSARC, OMIG, OPWDD, Regulations, Service Coordination, Therap, Waiver|Comments Off on OMIG – what’s next you may say?