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HRA MICSA Alert June 2010 Certification of Treatment of an Emergency Medical Condition Download
HRA MICSA Alert DOH 4471 Certification of Treatment of an Emergency Medical Condition Replaces MAP 2151June 8 2010.pdf
The purpose of this Medicaid Alert is to inform New York City hospital providers that the MAP-2151 form is being replaced by DOH form 4471. This form is used when a undocumented person applies in a hospital for Medicaid based on an "emergency medical condition".
25 Oct, 2010 318 kb Downloads: 2985
HRA MICSA Alert June 30, 2010 Puerto Rican Certificates Download
HRA MICSA Alert Puerto Rican Birth Certificates June 30 2010.pdf
The purpose of this Medicaid Alert is to inform client representatives, hospitals and other community based organizations that beginning October 1, 2010, Puerto Rican birth certificates issued prior to July 1, 2010 will no longer be able to be used to prove United States citizenship. However, they may continue to be submitted with Medicaid/Family Health Plus applications. Medicaid will do a cross-check with Social Security to verify proof of birth in Puerto Rico. Agencies that work with people born in Puerto Rico are urged to help client's apply for new birth certificates.
25 Oct, 2010 207 kb Downloads: 2968
HRA MICSA alert Download
HRA MICSA Alert on Financial Maintenance Requirements for Medicaid and Family Health Plus July 2 2010.pdf
The purpose of this Medicaid Alert is to inform community based organizations and other providers of the standards used to evaluate how a Medicaid or Family Health Plus recipient meets his financial maintenance requirements. Financial maintenance questions occur when a person has higher monthly living expenses than monthly income. A form is included in the alert that should be filled out and sent to Medicaid to evaluate a person's monthly expense ratio to their income.
25 Oct, 2010 173 kb Downloads: 8666
HRA MICSA Alert August 25, 2010 Download
HRA MICSA Alert Relocation of HCSP, Central Intake and BMPR August 25, 2010_101018125105.pdf
The purpose of this Medicaid Alert is to inform community based organizations of the relocation of the Home Care Services Program (HCSP) Central Intake and Bureau of Medical and Professional Review to 253 Schermerhorn Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201.
25 Oct, 2010 52 kb Downloads: 4817
MICSA Alert July 2 2010 Download
HRA MICSA Alert Relocation of HCSP, Central Intake and BMPR August 25, 2010.pdf
The purpose of this Medicaid Alert is to inform community based organizations that effective Monday, August 30, 2010, the Medicaid Home Care Services Program (HCSP) has been relocated to 253 Schermerhorn Street in Brooklyn from their old location in Manhattan. Central Intake and the Bureau of Medical and Professional Review (BMPR) has also relocated to 253 Schermerhorn Street. All Medical requests for Home Care (M11Q's) are now sent to Central Intake instead of the local CASA offices.
25 Oct, 2010 52 kb Downloads: 474
DAP renewal form MAP-909 E Download
HRA MICSA Alert Introduction of MAP-909E DAB Mail Renewal Form Oct 6 2006.pdf
24 Oct, 2010 76 kb Downloads: 4391
Completion of LDSS 486 T Download
HRA MICSA Alert Transitional Medical Assistance and Completion of LDSS 486T Aug Sept Oct 09.pdf
22 Oct, 2010 197 kb Downloads: 586
HRA MICSA AlertRevised MIIQ for Home Care November 5, 2009.pdf Download
22 Oct, 2010 178 kb Downloads: 2294
Temporary Protected Status for Undocumented Haitians Citizens Download
HRA MICSA Alert Temporary Protected Status for Undocumented Haitian Immigrants Feb 26 2010.pdf
22 Oct, 2010 212 kb Downloads: 1665
Updated Nursing Home Eligibility Division Telephone and Address Directory Download
HRA MICSA Alert Updated Nursing Home Eligibility Div Telephone and Address Directory 4 22 2010.pdf
22 Oct, 2010 107 kb Downloads: 4200
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