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Federal District Court Judge invalidates Kentucky’s work requirement in its approved Medicaid expansion program

On June 29, 2018, U.S. District Court Judge James Boasberg of the District of Columbia rejected Kentucky’s work requirement imposed as part of the state’s Medicaid expansion program under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). On June 29, 2018, U.S. District Court Judge James Boasberg of the District of Col...

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Healthcare Access and Markets

States turn to PCG to organize their commercial health insurance regulatory compliance. They work with us to establish managed care procurement and contract oversight. States regulate their private insurance markets and operate Medicaid managed care and fee-for-service programs to assure healthcare ...

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Healthcare Access and Markets

States turn to PCG to organize their commercial health insurance regulatory compliance. They work with us to establish managed care procurement and contract oversight. States regulate their private insurance markets and operate Medicaid managed care and fee-for-service programs to assure healthcare ...

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Health Information Technology (HIT)

PCG's Health Information Technology (HIT) team works with state and government agencies, with a focus on Medicaid, Exchanges and health information technology, to help further the advancement of technology in the world of health care. Services include Medicaid Enterprise Systems (MES) IT Strategy Co...

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Healthcare Access and Markets

States turn to PCG to organize their commercial health insurance regulatory compliance. They work with us to establish managed care procurement and contract oversight. States regulate their private insurance markets and operate Medicaid managed care and fee-for-service programs to assure healthcare ...

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Healthcare Access and Markets

States turn to PCG to organize their commercial health insurance regulatory compliance. They work with us to establish managed care procurement and contract oversight. States regulate their private insurance markets and operate Medicaid managed care and fee-for-service programs to assure healthcare ...

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Health Information Technology (HIT)

PCG's Health Information Technology (HIT) team works with state and government agencies, with a focus on Medicaid, Exchanges and health information technology, to help further the advancement of technology in the world of health care. Services include Electronic Health Records ( EHR) Electronic Heal...

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Delivery System Reform, Performance Management, And Quality Improvement

PCG provides our clients with clinical quality consulting, including clinical performance improvement, evaluations and assessments, financial modeling, and other technical advisory services. Our staff are expert at understanding the unique challenges that providers and Medicaid agencies face when im...

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Medicaid Administrative Claiming

PCG works with agencies to administer standalone Medicaid administrative claiming programs in addition to claiming efforts that are part of wider cost allocation plans. Medicaid administrative reimbursement is available for client-facing activities, including eligibility determinations and care coor...

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US District Court holds no private right of action under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)

On June 15, 2018, the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia ruled that the HIPAA statute does not provide a private cause of action. A patient at a hospital in Washington, District of Columbia, claimed that the medical intake computer station violated HIPAA’s privacy protections. She file...

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