|Florida Medicaid Health Care Alert
Provider Type(s): 08, 23, 81, and 67
Medicaid Fee-for-Service Monitoring
Monitoring is being conducted to provide feedback to providers regarding their adherence to Medicaid requirements for recipients who are not enrolled in a Medicaid managed care plan.
The Medicaid Fee-for-Service Monitoring Unit has begun conducting monitoring reviews of service providers for the following programs:
- Adult Cystic Fibrosis (ACF) Waiver
- Model Waiver
- Project AIDS Care (PAC) Waiver
- Traumatic Brain Injury and Spinal Cord Injury (TBI/SCI) Waiver
- Early Intervention Services (EIS)
- Certified School Based Services Match
- Medical Foster Care (MFC)
Providers will be contacted by telephone or e-mail for notification of the date of review and will receive a letter detailing the documentation the Monitoring Unit will review. A copy of the monitoring tool, based on state and federal Medicaid policy, for the specific service will accompany the letter. After the review, a monitoring report/summary will be sent to the provider.
Medicaid Provider Agreement (5)(e) and section 409.907(3)(e), Florida Statutes, requires Medicaid providers to send, at the provider’s expense, all Medicaid-related information, which may be in the form of records, logs, documents, or computer files, and other information pertaining to services or goods billed to the Medicaid program, including access to all patient records to the Agency for Health Care Administration, Attorney General, or Federal Government entity.
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