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MHA Revue - Issue #566


MHA Revue

August 1 · Issue #566 · View online
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Methodist Rehabilitation Center names Employees of Quarter from Jackson, Pearl, Ridgeland, and Meridian
3 On Your Side Investigates: Matters of the Mind
House District 83: Snowden, Calvert have similar vision but different experience
Mississippi Clinical Symposium: STIs and HIV set for September 27
Lt. Gov. candidates stress education, take a few swipes in Neshoba County Fair speeches
Mississippi governor election: Candidate Tate Reeves on Medicaid, health care
Mississippi Cares a good option
Five candidates running for Senate seat vacated by Dearing
Alliant Health Solutions now processing Medicaid prior authorizations
Effective today, Alliant Health Solutions is now performing prior authorization reviews for the Mississippi Division of Medicaid as the agency’s new Utilization Management/Quality Improvement Organization (UM/QIO) vendor.
All prior authorization reviews in process before Aug. 1 will be completed by eQHealth Solutions as part of the transition to Alliant. Therefore any requests submitted on or before July 31 will be handled by eQHealth and providers will submit related inquiries, requested information and documentation to eQHealth during the month of August.
Prior authorizations for beneficiaries enrolled in MississippiCAN will continue to be handled by the respective coordinated care organizations.
This UM/QIO transition applies to all prior authorization services currently reviewed by eQHealth with the exception of advanced imaging services, which will continue to be handled by eQHealth.
Alliant has scheduled a series of informational webinars with two dates remaining in August. To sign up for a webinar, or to learn more about these changes, visit Alliant’s Mississippi Medicaid portal at
US to set up plan allowing prescription meds from Canada
Screening For Social Needs: What Do Parents Think?
NAM collaborative releases case studies on reducing clinician burnout
CMS considers the value of hospitals displaying quality data
In Wednesday's second Democratic debate, 7 of 10 candidates support Medicare for All
Slowly Getting Serious: The New CMS Primary Care Models And Implications For Serious Illness Care
Health IT
Access to telehealth services still low, with many questioning its value | Healthcare IT News
Majority of healthcare providers lagging in their digital health readiness
OPPS rule to bring many hospital financial challenges — and a little help
Patient Experience
How hospitals can stop chasing HCAHPS scores & start getting strategic about patient experience
Addressing patient experience without a CXO
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