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C3Optimization announces new compliance solution

April 18, 2012
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C3Optimization, LLC, has announced the release of its new compliance solution that enables behavioral healthcare providers to improve care, compliance, and collections (the three C’s in C3Optimization).

Behavioral healthcare providers who receive public funding face an increasingly complex regulatory and audit environment. The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is implementing aggressive audit programs focusing on fraud and abuse recoveries, so providers must be even more diligent about delivering high-quality, compliant services and documenting that process.

In response to heightened risks of fines, paybacks, exclusions, and other civil and criminal sanctions, behavioral healthcare providers are actively seeking practical solutions to help ensure compliance, collections and avoid penalties.

C3Optimization meets this need with an easy-to-use and fast-to-implement solution designed specifically for behavioral healthcare providers and their compliance and collections issues. The solution can be used by organizations using manual processes and those with fully automated systems. It supplements and strengthens existing Electronic Health Record systems (EHRs) by providing additional compliance and quality assurances that can maximize collections.

C3Optimization provides a secure, rules-based, workflow-driven solution that runs in the cloud. Requiring just an internet connection—in most cases, no new hardware or software—C3Optimizations offers a compelling return on investment with low upfront capital investment. The flexible solution requires little-to-no training because it works like common websites that everyone uses.



Hi Zachary,they are AIU dollars, which still reureqid them to provide 90 days of proof of at least 30% Medicaid dollars. For Medicaid, there is no reporting period for the first year that is necessary. That's why Medicaid providers have been eligible to get paid since January and some already have, although they were not behavioral health providers before Grand Lake. Grand Lake will do their first MU attestation of reporting the measures in 2012. They are still the first behavioral health provider to receive any payments, which is huge. It proves to the whole behavioral health market that the funds are there for them too, it's not just something for the medical world.-Paul