The CNY RPC Regiona is holding a networking opportunity for Adult Behavioral Health - Home and Community Based Service (HCBS) providers, Care Management Agencies (CMAs), and Managed Care Organizations (MCOs)
The benefits of attending this networking event include:
Allows adult BH HCBS agencies to introduce CMAs, lead Health Homes and MCOs to their agency and educate attendees about the HCBS services offered.
Provides Care Managers with information needed to help Adult BH HCBS eligible individuals make informed choices about where to receive services.
Allows MCOs to establish connections with HCBS providers, CMAs and Health Homes and to hear about specific workflow issues providers are having with them.
Gives opportunities for providers to educate each other about other services to which they can refer program participants.
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Adult BH HCBS providers will be provided with vendor tables on a first come, first serve basis. Adult BH HCBS providers and MCOs are advised to have a representative (not necessarily the same person) on hand for the duration of the event. Lead Health Home and CMA representatives may attend the event during any portion of the day to meet and network with others.
This event is for those residing in the CNY Region (Cayuga, Cortland, Madison, Oneida, Onondaga, Oswego Counties)
Please contact Katie Molanare at firstname.lastname@example.org by 11/2/2018 if you are interested in having a vendor table.
Who should attend this event?
Adult BH HCBS Administrators
Adult BH HCBS Supervisors
Adult BH HCBS Direct Service Staff
Adult BH HCBS Fiscal Department Representatives (billing)
Adult BH HCBS Intake Department Representatives (if applicable)
Care Management Supervisors
Lead Health Home Administrators
MCO staff responsible for review and approval of Plans of Care Service Authorizations
MCO Billing Department Staff
MCO staff relevant to HCBS services
Hospital Discharge Planners
What should Adult BH HCBS providers bring to the event?
Agency brochures/description (including Adult BH HCBS designated services)
Adult BH HCBS specific contact information including: name, address, phone number, and email address for the billing department, intake department, HCBS direct care staff, and supervisors
Internal referral and review process and procedures
Please bring enough materials to distribute to at least 100 attendees.
What should CMAs bring to the event?
CMA-specific contact lists including name, address, phone number, and email address for: billing department, intake department, and supervisors
Internal referral process and procedures (this includes contacts/procedures for Adult BH HCBS providers to make referrals for enrollment for care management services)
What should MCOs bring to the event?
MCO-specific contact information including name, address, phone number, email address for: billing department and authorizations
Adult BH HCBS-specific contact information including name, address, phone number, email address for: provider relations, contracts, service authorizations and billing department
Internal review policy and procedures (POCs, service authorizations, billing claims)
What should lead Health Homes bring to the event?
Health Home-specific contact information including: name, address, phone number, and email address for HARP eligible/enrolled recipient customer service including complaints and Health Home enrollment services