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This notice provides recommended guidance on billing for translation as part of a child’s core evaluation. In an effort to increase EI payments, and to ensure that the commercial payers remit payment for the core evaluation and reduce the duplicate claim denials, EI Providers are recommended to add translation code T1013 to a core evaluation claim when a translator is present during a child evaluation. For more information, please follow the link.
The Department of Health has released new guidance documents and FAQs related to early intervention (EI) service delivery during the declared state of emergency for COVID-19. Please follow the link to access these documents.
Effective June 1, 2020, WellCare of New York, Inc. migrated to Fidelis Care, a Centene Company. This announcement is to help providers with changes affecting current New York Medicaid members’ 2020 Claim Submissions, Member Eligibility, Claim Status Inquires and Customer Service information. Please follow the link for information on how to submit claims for WellCare with dates of service before and after June 1, 2020.
The New York State Department of Health Bureau of Early Intervention, along with our partners from PCG and NYSTEC, held a webinar on Monday, April 20, 2020 targeted to system users to discuss Early Intervention Program (EIP) record retention policy and attachment files in the EIP data systems. The session provided an overview of record retention policy, review of the EI-Hub targeted survey related to attachments in the current data system and attachment files in the EI-Hub. Follow the link to access the webinar recording, slide deck, and question responses.