Meeting: Medicare/Medicaid Credentialing and Utilization
The NBHP-BHACA project regretfully announces that the November 7th and November 14th technical assistance sessions are being postponed. We will notify behavioral health providers of the rescheduled dates when we those dates are confirmed. As NBHP/BHACA plans for future technical assistance, we welcome your comments and requests for specific information as you work to be more knowledgeable about and implement the changes of the ACA legislation and changing dynamics of providing direct
services to yours clients/consumers.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The November 21st technical assistance session on Integrated Mental Health Care is still scheduled. It will be held at United Way of Greater Houston (50 Waugh) at 9:30 am. Please email Alejandra Posada at email@example.com for more information.
Joycelyn Williams, PhD
Director, BHACA Initiative
The Greater Houston Behavioral Health
Affordable Care Act Initiative
The Network of Behavioral Health Providers
Mental Health America of Greater Houston
invite you to an
educational and technical support
Medicare/Medicaid Credentialing and Utilization
This session will provide technical assistance for those
mental health and substance abuse providers who:
- Are exploring becoming Medicare/Medicaid credentialed
- Are Medicare/Medicaid credentialed providers with specific questions regarding implementation (e.g., adding individual clinicians to an agency and experiencing billing/coding difficulties, etc.)
- Have questions about being added to Medicaid and commercial insurance panels
Participants are asked to provide specific questions they wish
to have addressed on their registration forms.
Thursday, November 7, 2013
1:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Cost to Attend:
NBHP member agencies: No charge, as a membership benefit
Non-member agencies & individual providers: $35/person
United Way of Greater Houston
50 Waugh Drive, Houston, TX 77007
Registration fees will be collected on-site by check or cash only.
Make checks payable to NBHP.
Due to the limited space, registrants who do not attend
the session or cancel their registration by end of business on November 5,
may be ineligible for further technical assistance.
For questions, please contact
Dr. Joycelyn Williams, BHACA Project Director,
via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cost to Attend:
NBHP member agencies:
No charge, as a membership benefit
Non-member agencies & individual providers: