“I love working with Molina, their claim department is responsive and efficient”
Dr. Marina Jones
Molina Health Care of New Mexico, Inc. is pleased to participate with the New Mexico Health Information Collaborative (NMHIC), a new secure electronic health care information system that allows participating practitioners/providers to access patient health care information in real time. The Health Information Exchange (HIE) network is designated through the state to connect unrelated heath care systems and practitioners/providers to be able to access patient records electronically, securely and privately with the patient’s consent. Practitioners/Providers can access the most up-to-date lab results, medical history and test information to be more prepared when working closely with the patient in making health care decisions. HIE increases patient safety by having timely access to medication lists, emergency department visits, radiology and imaging, as well as facility admission and discharge details to have a more concise and comprehensive patient medical record. Patient health information is shared following federal guidelines in accordance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). For more information visit the New Mexico Health Information Collaborative website at http://www.lcfresearch.org/nmhic-hie.
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Molina’s Provider Self Services has a variety of tools to simplify your transactions whether you need to check eligibility or check claim status. For more information contact Provider Services. Molina Healthcare is now collecting National Provider IDs (NPIs) from contracted and non-contracted providers. Submit your NPI to Molina via our Provider Self-Services Portal.
The New Mexico Alliance for School-Based Health Care represents school-based health centers in New Mexico and collaborates with other partners to promote, facilitate, and advocate for comprehensive, culturally competent health care, including health education, in schools. Click here to learn more about the exciting happenings at School-Based Health Care Centers across the State.
The Annual Community Champions Awards Dinner will be held in 2014. Stay tuned for more details to come!
The OIG has issued guidance to providers on how to avoid health care fraud and abuse. Click here to review the recommended OIG guidance.
New! Providers/Clinics/Hospitals are invited to keep our New Mexico children healthy. Participate in the Got Shots, Protect Tots Back to School Immunization Clinics. Click here for registration information!” .
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On February 16, 2012, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services published in the Federal Register its notice of proposed rule-making regarding Providers obligations to report and return Medicaid overpayments to comply with Section 6402 of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (P.L. 111-148). Under the proposed rule, providers, including managed care organization’s contracted providers, are obligated to self-report overpayments within sixty (60) calendar days after such provider has identified (or been notified) of the overpayment. HSD intends to comply with this proposed rule. For more information you may review the proposed rule at 77 Fed. Reg. 9179 et seq.
ICD10 Implementation Update
Molina Healthcare is preparing for the ICD10 implementation coming 10/1/15. Have questions? Interested in testing? Learn more.
ICD10 Provider Readiness Survey
ICD10 implementation is coming soon! Are you ready? Take our Provider Readiness Survey.