Among the AutoGov accomplishments of which we are the most proud is the ease with which our customers can use our CaseVue software and adopt it into their business process. CaseVue doesn't require a business process overhaul. But it will have a huge impact on your business and your bottom line.
Don't be fooled though. Simplicity doesn't come easy. CaseVue reflects years of business knowledge and subject matter expertise in Medicaid, program integrity, eligibility, data analytics and risk management.
Check out our software. A sophisticated back end that is easy to use.
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In spite of all the warnings from consultants, books and advisers, we trudged through years of development without stopping to think about the next round of innovation.
The result was a fabulous product that delivers massive returns on a limited investment for our clients.
Good enough, right? Wrong. Even software as good as ours requires care and feeding, failure to do so renders the software outdated quickly.
I was reminded of this fact this week. Rocking along believing all is well, one of our lead technology advisers suggested a simple solution to issue related to efficiency and intellectual property. Almost on queue, our CEO, Rose Hayden, made a suggestion regarding our user interfaces and deployment that solved two major challenges that have faced our implementation teams.
Two innovative ideas in two days that hold the promise of solving problems that we had chosen to ignore.
We recently have been having discussions about the importance of social networking. Should it dictate our time and effort to reach out to people? With its prevalence in everyday society, can it actually be a business tool or just a way to show how awesome my dog is?
Now more than ever people are using the internet and its many social networks to communicate, grow, and learn. The following are examples of the sheer volume of people that use them. Check out these videos...
Can BILLIONS of people be wrong?
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The search for the perfect Assisted Living facility for your loved one can be time consuming and confusing. With so many options, it’s hard to know where to start or how to begin to narrow down the search. There are many resources on the web for you to be able to check out and do research. We have gathered 3 websites that have important information to be able to make this process easier for you.
Memberofthefamily.net - http://www.memberofthefamily.net/
This website offers a rating system of 16,000+ Medicare/Medicaid- certified nursing homes across the United States. You can also look at a national watch list they have compiled. This can help you build a list of possible facilities and know which ones you should steer clear of.
AARP is a valuable and respected site for senior citizens. The link above will take you to an article on “The “Do’s” of Due Diligence” concerning choosing a nursing home. Before you start the nursing home selection process, you should know what it is you are looking for and how to find it.
Medicare.gov - http://1.usa.gov/zuWwn4
Medicare.gov has compiled a detailed check list for you to be able to take it with you on your assisted living search. It offers questions to ask, reminders of what to look for, a detailed area for recording information gathered, and a rating system.
Hopefully these websites answer any questions you may have on choosing the best assisted living facility and make the process less confusing and less time consuming.
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Exclusion Authorities and Effects of Exclusion: 2nd Video from the Provider Compliance Training Videos
This is the 2nd video in the OIG's compliance training videos and audio podcasts. This series will have 11 videos and audio podcasts that are part of the award-winning Health Care Fraud Prevention and Enforcement Action Team (HEAT) Provider Compliance Training initiative. The videos cover a variety of healthcare fraud laws, common abuses, and what to do when a compliance issue arises. These presentations will be posted on the OIG website at the start of each week for the months of December, January, and February. These videos are part of the OIG’s Provider Compliance Training initiative.
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