We continue to gather insight and valuable information on the effectiveness of CaseVue. The feedback we have received has been helpful and informative. Receiving input from the users’ perspective is critical to our success. It has helped lead CaseVue to where it is today!
We continue to make enhancements and are receiving great feedback!
Our tax filer update is one of the most recent changes and allows accurate information on household calculations. The information is automatically transferred over to the Medicaid long form. Which means less hassle for the user and the patient when completing the applications. We will continue to work to make needed adjustments to meet the needs of the customer.
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Effective July 1, 2016, all Tennessee hospitals can immediately determine eligibility for people likely eligible for ongoing TennCare Medicaid.
The Hospital Presumptive Eligibility program was created by the Affordable Care Act to improve access to hospital services and speed payments to hospitals for those services.
Hospitals across America are using AutoGov's HPE software, CaseVue, to provide real-time decision support for hospital admissions personnel.
The attached document provides comprehensive information on the Tennessee HPE program.
Please call us today at 512-439-2900 for advice, workflow and best practices for implementing HPE on your hospital.
Without oversight, the door to falsifying income information on a government enrollment application is thrown wide open. An applicant can easily claim a tiny salary just to ensure approval into the government funded program to which they are applying. Approval of unqualified applicants is a serious waste of taxpayer resources. Cancellation of benefits will take months; meanwhile the falsely approved applicant receives thousands of dollars in benefits, defrauding the government and without fear of repercussion. Verification of an applicant's income is critical, and the time to secure the right verification solution tool is now.
The world of quality control and oversight must be expanded at the same rate as the expansion of our government-funded entitlement programs.
AutoGov products provide the best validation and verification services and all at a fair price to ensure the return on investment is high. Our software fuses information to verify identity, residency, citizenship, income and all types of assets are done and on your device in a second.
In August 2013, AutoGov began processing Asset Verification Service (AVS) requests for one of our very innovative and aggressive state government clients. After a successful implementation, the entire team was eager to hit the ground running. We were excited and astonished by the swift return on investment: within the first two hours of operation, the uncovered assets found by our solution paid for the entire program in cost savings.
To gain a greater insight into the meaning of this discovery, we must first understand the costs associated with leaving these assets unfound. Using the net present value of $76,000 as the annual cost of a normal long term care (LTC) Medicaid case, use of the AutoGov AVS solution found a great deal more than previous manual verification programs. In fact, the AVS requests produced over one million dollars in previously unknown depository assets, and the solution took, on average, less than 6 days to uncover well over one hundred submitted cases that exceeded the allowable state threshold for Medicaid.
Congress passed Section 1940 of the Social Security Act. This amendment requires states to implement an electronic Asset Verification System (AVS) for the aged, blind and disabled Medicaid population. AutoGov is on the forefront of innovation for integrated eligibility and program integrity, and our AVS project is one of only two fully implemented solutions in the country.
Until now, Medicaid applicants were only required to volunteer their banking information. As an individual, they could simply choose not to disclose a checking, savings, or certificate of deposit account. Medicaid case workers had no way to verify that applicants were fully disclosing all assets. It's a new day, and that is no longer true. With the help of AutoGov and our data partners, Medicaid caseworkers can be sure they are approving the right individuals.
AutoGov continues to uncover waste, fraud, and abuse for state and federal entitlement programs. For a quick and easy AVS implementation with very little upfront cost, contact Solara Cochran at (512) 439-2900 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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