In accordance with Federal law, Medicaid-recipients must be allowed to apply their patient liability to pre-Medicaid expenses. Any limitations on this right must be approved by CMS. While working with providers in Mississippi, BLG discovered that the Mississippi Division of Medicaid (“DOM”) was improperly restricting this ability, and demanded corrective action. Prompted by BLG’s requests, the DOM […]
Join us on Monday, April 15th at 1:00 PM EST for our 2019 Best Practices Industry Insider Webinar: Best Practices at Admission. BLG Partner Erin Saylor and Case Manager, Jennifer Cunningham will provide tips on how to make the most of admissions.
We admit it – we have a serious case of spring fever here at BLG. We are more than ready to embrace the sunshine and celebrate this sensational season – join us, won’t you? There are three ways in which you can share your spring spirit with us – three because frankly, we couldn’t decide […]
March has been a whirlwind of a month here at BLG. We had an amazing and productive exchange of ideas at our firm-wide Work Fest earlier this month. It was rejuvenating to have everyone together, sharing valuable knowledge and experiences. One of our proudest moments was sharing some of the groundbreaking work that our team has been doing across the […]
The Administrator of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has found that the Texas Health and Human Service Commission (THHSC) is not properly calculating the post-eligiblity treatment of income (PETI) for institutionalized individuals and certain participants in home and community-based services (HCBS) waivers. If CMS’s finding is upheld, Texas will be required to […]