Medicaid Updates

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2015 DOH Medicaid Updates

  • May 
  • April 
  • March 
    - Page 3, "EHR Incentive Program Update"
    - Page 4, "New York State Medicaid Prenatal Care Standards Update"
    The NYS Medicaid Prenatal Care Standards (Standards) were recently updated. The prenatal risk assessment now includes an evaluation of prior preterm birth, risk for recurrent preterm birth and eligibility for progesterone supplementation as per ACOG recommendations. In addition, the Prenatal Care Services, Immunizations Section contains updated ACOG and CDC recommendations for influenza vaccination and Tdap vaccination during pregnancy. To review the Standards, please visit:
    - Page 5, "ICD-10 Reminder for Providers and Vendors"
    - Page 18, "Telemedicine Coverage to be Expanded"
  • February 
  • January 

2014 DOH Medicaid Updates

  • December 
  • November 
  • October 
    - Page 6, "NYS Medicaid Now Covers Non-invasive Prenatal Testing for Trisomy 21, 18 and 13"
    - Page 12, "NY Medicaid Electronic Health Records (EHR) Incentive Program Update"
    - Page 13, "eMedNY ICD-10 Provider Testing Environment is Open"
    - Page 14, "New Medicaid Training Schedule and Registration"
    - Page 16, "Provider Directory"
  • September 
  • August 
  • July 
  • June 
  • May 
  • April 
  • March 
  • February 
  • January 

2013 & Prior DOH Medicaid Updates

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Breastfeeding Medicaid Policy Update


New York State Medicaid Managed Care Plans High Risk OB Care Management Programs - Includes the name and contact information of the primary contact at each plan’s program and serves as a provider resource to access the health plan care management program for high risk pregnancies and any other pregnant health plan members requiring referral support or care assistance.

Billing Medicaid Fee-for-Service - Coverage policy and billing guidelines for practitioner-administered drugs provided in non-facility/office-based settings and Article 28 clinics

Mandatory Compliance Program Requirements under the NYS Social Services Law OMIG’s Observed Best Practices: Opportunities for Enhancement; and Insufficiencies


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