The result was one of the busiest traffic months since the site was established in January of 2013. Over 2,100 unique visitors were recorded in visiting.
Austin, Tx (PRWEB) March 31, 2014
Texas Dentists for Medicaid Reform followed a number of important stories in March on Texas Medicaid and published 13 articles on its website. The result was one of the busiest traffic months since the site was established in January of 2013. Over 2,100 unique visitors were recorded in visiting.
The articles published:
- Medicaid Ortho Case Photos with HLD Scores by Provider and Experts
- Health & Human Services releases security risk assessment tool to help providers with HIPAA compliance
- Settlement in Medicaid Fraud Case Worries Health Providers – NYTimes.com
- Texas Attorney General: Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) courts are not “trial courts” and HHSC judges are not “judges”
- Attorney for Dentists Moves to Disqualify HHSC Judge Based on Texas Constitution
- HHSC Judge Denies SOAH (Texas State Office of Administrative Hearings) Hearing for Medicaid Overpayment Hearing
- HHSC-OIG (Office of Inspector General) Reaches $3.75 Million Settlement with Carousel
- Powers OK With Janek as Chancellor | The Texas Tribune
- HHSC-OIG Starts Provider Education!
- Recent HIPAA Enforcement Activities Hit Small Group Practices And Businesses With Significant Impact
- Jack Stick Appointed Chief Legal Counsel for HHSC Despite Outstanding DWI Charge
- TDMR To Request Federal Investigation Of HHSC’s “Cut-And-Paste” Decision In Antoine Dental Reversal
- In Touch: Chief Counsel Aragon retires after 18 years
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.