the Maine HealthPAS Portal Provider Fee Schedule and to remove outdated references such as Section 90, Chapter III, Physician Services. In the Limits section: o Added language which disallows duplicative services covered by other sections in the MaineCare Benefits Manual. The Department added a sentence: Dental services rendered under this policy must be performed in accordance with the Maine Board of Dental Examiners requirements to clarify that this is a legal requirement. 162.1000 and 162.1002, the Department uses the Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) and Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System (hcpcs) code sets for the coding of its Medicaid services. This change provides for more accuracy in estimating prospective interim payments. In.05-1, a comma was added after the reference to the MaineCare Benefits Manual and a reference to (14 472 CMR 1) was inserted. Effective Date: February 22, 2016 Concise Summary: The Department of Health and Human Services adopts these rule changes to Chapters II III, Consumer-Directed Attendant Services and Allowances for Consumer-Directed Attendant Services to increase reimbursement rates to comply with Resolves 2015,. The final adopted major substantive rule makes the permanent change to Section 2000 as required by the Legislature.
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This language has been changed between the adoption of the emergency rule and this rule in order to clarify the process used to set the rate by breaking down the steps used to calculate the rate and setting when the Funding Adjustment will be used. These changes include the following:. 15, approved by the Governor on June 8, 2017. Under risk-based contractual agreements, the Department contracted with Broker(s) to establish, manage, authorize, coordinate and reimburse the provision of Non-Emergency Transportation (NET) services for eligible MaineCare members. 1.25, changes to the language describing the duties, role, and composition of the MaineCare Advisory Committee (MAC) in order to more closely align with federal requirements, as outlined in.F.R. This change will be effective when the Maine Medicaid Management Information System (mmis) is able to process this change, and the Department will notify all providers via the listserve, and also serve notice to the Secretary of States office, as required by (6). This is the codification of a current requirement.