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DSCC Executive Director Thomas Jerkovitz said, “Every year, the University of Illinois at Chicago’s Division of Specialized Care for Children (DSCC) supports hundreds of Illinois children with some type of epilepsy.” “Our team is prepared to work with parents and school staff to ensure that these children are healthy and protected during the school day.”
A seizure action plan, as described by the statute, outlines the care that a student with epilepsy requires at school and during school-sponsored events. Instructions from the child’s healthcare provider should be included, as well as a copy of any prescriptions and how to administer them to the pupil.

An update on medicaid and the smart act

If obstetric services are no longer offered, hospitals that provided them on December 22, 1987 would be ineligible for DSH. To be deemed a DSH hospital, a hospital must provide in writing to the Medicaid agency (HFS) the names of at least two obstetricians with staff privileges at the hospital who have agreed to provide obstetric services to individuals entitled to such services under a State Med Plan. This provision does not extend to a hospital with a majority of inpatients under the age of 18 or that does not have non-emergency obstetric care as of December 22, 1987. With the exception of specialty hospitals, hospitals that do not provide non-emergency obstetrics to the general public must send a declaration to that effect. 89 Illinois Administrative Code 148.120(h) also specifies this (1).
If obstetric services are no longer offered, hospitals that provided them on December 22, 1987 would be ineligible for MPA. In addition to meeting the specified Medicaid statistical utilization standards to be deemed eligible for the MPA payment, the 89 Illinois Administrative Code 148.122(f)(1) states that a hospital must provide in writing to the Department the names of at least two obstetricians with staff privileges at the hospital who have agreed to provide obstetric services to individuals entitled to such services. This provision does not extend to a hospital with a majority of inpatients under the age of 18 or that does not have non-emergency obstetric care as of December 22, 1987. With the exception of specialty hospitals, hospitals that do not provide non-emergency obstetrics to the general public must send a declaration to that effect.

Think fast, talk smart: communication techniques

HFS will enact numerous improvements to programs, including but not limited to payment reductions, coverage restrictions, service reductions, and previous approval changes, as a result of Public Act 097-0689(pdf), also known as the Save Medicaid Access and Resources Together (SMART) Act, which took effect on July 1, 2012. However, no modifications impacting Managed Care Organization enrollees will be made before further notice (MCOs).
Aetna Better Health, Family Health Network, Harmony Health Plan, IlliniCare Health Plan, Inc., or Meridian Health Plan enrollees will see changes at a later date. MCOs will continue to offer covered facilities in accordance with their existing contracts. In the near future, HFS will change the contracts with the MCOs. MCO Enrollees may contact the relevant MCO with any questions about covered services. The MCOs’ contact details is as follows:

Rehab act

The Save Medicaid Access & Resources Together (SMART) Act was passed by the Illinois General Assembly and signed by Governor Pat Quinn on June 14, 2012, ostensibly to address budget shortfalls. The following are some of the budget-cutting amendments introduced under this statute:
There are just a few of the reforms that went into effect this summer, making it more difficult for seniors to qualify for Medicaid long-term care and community-based care. Before making any changes to your properties in order to protect them, you can speak with an elder law attorney who is familiar with the Medicaid eligibility requirements and the changes made by this SMART (or not-so-smart) ACT. Tony DelGiorno is a partner at the Rammelkamp Bradney, P.C. law firm, where he focuses on elder law, guardianships, Medicaid, estate planning, probate, and other related litigated matters. Tony can be contacted at 217-522-6000 or [email protected] by e-mail. Visit www.rblawyers.net for more information.

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