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  • Clinical Watch: November 2018

    Clinical Watch: November 2018

    In October 2018, the FDA approved an expanded indication of the HPV vaccine Gardasil 9® to include females and males aged 27–45 years.

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  • Medicaid Programs Should Take Notice as Services Gravitate to Outpatient Settings

    Medicaid Programs Should Take Notice as Services Gravitate to Outpatient Settings

    This healthcare trend will affect Medicaid program budgets, beneficiary access, service quality, and inpatient/outpatient payment methods and rate setting.

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  • Opening Doors to Eligibility Services with Omni-Channel Options

    Opening Doors to Eligibility Services with Omni-Channel Options

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  • A Fast, Low-Risk Approach to Child Support System Modernization

    A Fast, Low-Risk Approach to Child Support System Modernization

    Technology can be a powerful force for change, and when an industry is transformed by a wave of technology implementations, that effect is multiplied.

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  • Why the Inpatient Prospective Payment System (IPPS) Proposed Rule matters for Medicaid

    Why the Inpatient Prospective Payment System (IPPS) Proposed Rule matters for Medicaid

    Medicaid programs typically consider Medicare’s Final Rule when updating their inpatient payment methodologies. Why? The proposed rule offers an early preview of potential changes.

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  • From the Margins to the Mainstream: The Criticality of Standards for Digital-first Healthcare

    From the Margins to the Mainstream: The Criticality of Standards for Digital-first Healthcare

    As the industry becomes disrupted by technology, our standards cannot remain stagnant – but help pharmacies, pharmacists, payers and other healthcare players manage care in a digital-first world

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  • Supporting pharmacy programs is about more than processing claims. It’s about getting involved.

    Supporting pharmacy programs is about more than processing claims. It’s about getting involved.

    Conduent’s Government Healthcare team has been committed to reducing program costs and, more importantly, improving member outcomes for state Medicaid pharmacy programs.

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  • CMS Launches New Bundled Payment Initiative

    CMS Launches New Bundled Payment Initiative

    Medicaid Payment Perspectives helps Medicaid programs and other payers improve the methods used to purchase care and services for their beneficiaries.

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  • CMS re-release of clinical laboratory fee schedule payment rates a reminder to keep eye on updates

    CMS re-release of clinical laboratory fee schedule payment rates a reminder to keep eye on updates

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  • Keeping an Eye on CMS Payment Rate Updates

    Keeping an Eye on CMS Payment Rate Updates

    Each year, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) releases four fee schedules needed for...

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  • Analytics For Newborn Readmissions

    Analytics For Newborn Readmissions

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  • IPPS Final Rule Brings Annual Changes to Inpatient Payments

    IPPS Final Rule Brings Annual Changes to Inpatient Payments

    Medicare’s Inpatient Prospective Payment System (IPPS) Final Rule for FFY 2018 brings a myriad of changes. The post IPPS Final Rule Brings Annual Changes to Inpatient Payments appeared first on...

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  • Medicaid Programs Prepare for ICD-10 Code Update

    Medicaid Programs Prepare for ICD-10 Code Update

    Medicaid payers and providers are counting down to an explosion of ICD-10 coding changes on...

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  • Medicaid Programs Prepare for ICD-10 Code Update

    Medicaid Programs Prepare for ICD-10 Code Update

    Medicaid payers and providers are counting down to an explosion of ICD-10 coding changes on October 1, 2017. The post Medicaid Programs Prepare for ICD-10 Code Update appeared first on Conduent.

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  • Opioid Overdose: Looking for the Signs

    Opioid Overdose: Looking for the Signs

    Medicaid members are prescribed opioids twice as often as other patients – and are six times more likely to overdose. That’s a startling statistic at the heart of the nation’s opioid crisis, which...

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  • HealthFocus: Government Healthcare Solutions News

    HealthFocus: Government Healthcare Solutions News

    Highlighting new ways government healthcare programs can improve health outcomes. The post HealthFocus appeared first on Conduent.

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  • Medical Resource Utilization of Oral Atypical Antipsychotics

    Medical Resource Utilization of Oral Atypical Antipsychotics

    The effects of prior authorization approvals vs. denials. The post Medical Resource Utilization of Oral Atypical Antipsychotics appeared first on Conduent.

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  • Report: Treating Multiple Sclerosis in a Medicaid Population

    Report: Treating Multiple Sclerosis in a Medicaid Population

    Determining the best specific disease-modifying drugs. The post Treating Multiple Sclerosis in a Medicaid Population appeared first on Conduent.

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  • Report: Acute Respiratory Distress and Opioid Morphine Equivalents

    Report: Acute Respiratory Distress and Opioid Morphine Equivalents

    Finding trends in Medicaid members across 3 dose ranges. The post Acute Respiratory Distress and Opioid Morphine Equivalents appeared first on Conduent.

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  • SSNRI Is Coming. Are You Ready?

    SSNRI Is Coming. Are You Ready?

    How Medicare card social security number removals affect Medicaid.

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