Parity, ICD-10 and the Affordable Care Act are hot topics that involve major changes—changes that challenge behavioral healthcare executives who must deal with the details. Among all these, getting paid continues to be a top attention-getter.
In an exclusive interview, Neisha Zaffuto, President & Founder of Medivance Billing Service helped providers to better understand some of the biggest concerns and opportunities around billing and reimbursement.
The South Jersey Behavioral Health Innovations Collaborative will gather data from five hospitals on patient flow through provider networks, analyze the data and then apply evidence-based practices and innovative system changes to better serve patients.
Intended to extend parity of medical and behavioral health benefits and treatment limitations to Medicaid managed care programs, alternative benefit plans and the CHIP, it will bring parity protection to an estimated 22 million additional Americans.