For those following the ups and downs of Texas Medicaid particularly relating to dental providers, the Texas Dentists for Medicaid Reform posted a number of important stories and commentaries this January.
Austin, Tx (PRWEB) January 31, 2014
For those following the ups and downs of Texas Medicaid particularly relating to dental providers, Texas Dentists for Medicaid Reform posted a number of important stories and commentaries this January.
These stories include:
- OIG Provider Education Was to Start in 2005
- Dept of Justice Finds Real Health Care Fraud in Texas
- OIG Budget Goes Up But Efficiency To Go Down for 2014
- SOAH Judges Again Reject OIG Arguments in Antoine Dental Case
(OIG refers to the Texas Health and Human Services Commission Office of Inspector General and SOAH is the Texas State Office of Administrative Hearings. )
Texas Dentists for Medicaid Reform is organized by dentists who are concerned about the future of dental care for the over three million Texas children eligible for Medicaid and how dental Medicaid providers are treated within the Texas Medicaid system. Since its inception in late 2012, TDMR has presented testimony before both House and Senate legislative committees and actively pursued the passage of legislation providing due process rights for all Medicaid providers. Such legislation was signed into law by Gov. Perry in June of 2013 and came into effect September 1st, 2013.