The MN Department of Human Services has made several changes to the Child and Teen Checkup (C&TC) schedule of periodic screenings and well-child examinations that went into effect on October 1, 2017.
Based on feedback received from providers who utilize the Hennepin Health provider portal, several enhancements are being made to improve efficiency when using the system. These changes are outlined below, including snapshots of how the screens will look when the changes take effect on September 29, 2017.
As part of a collaborative PIP, UCare, HealthPartners, Medica, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of MN, and Hennepin Health with support from Stratis Health have teamed up to reduce disparity in antidepressant medication adherence by focusing attention on multiple interventions, including a provider toolkit.
Two new screenings have been added to the Minnesota Newborn Screening Panel effective August 1, 2017.
Hennepin Health has completed its first quarterly fee schedule update process and the July 2017 DHS fee schedule became effective August 15, 2017.
Effective July 1, 2017, Hennepin Health will update both the DHS and CMS monthly fee schedules on a quarterly basis unless regulatory requirements dictate a different timeline. This change applies to all Hennepin Health products and providers.
Effective May 4, 2017, all inpatient notifications and authorization requests should be faxed to Hennepin Health at 612-288-2878. Please update your contact information to reflect this new number. The inpatient services notification/authorization request can be accessed at hennepinhealth.org.
Hennepin Health recently completed a focused study on pain management, and pain medication prescribing and treatment.
This webinar will discuss the delivery of mental health services to the Latino population. The focus will be on delivering these services in a culturally appropriate way, and better understanding the barriers and solutions to providing this population with quality mental health services.
Hennepin Health’s Quality Management Committee formally adopted nine medical practice guidelines from the Institute for Clinical Systems Improvement, the United States Preventive Services Task Force and the Minnesota Community Measurement D 5 (Diabetes) Program for 2017.
The antidepressant medication management provider toolkit is part of a performance improvement project that’s a collaborative effort among Blue Cross, HealthPartners, Hennepin Health, Medica and UCare with project support provided by Stratis Health.
Studies have shown that language barriers can make it difficult for patients to understand their medications, which is why it's critical that pharmacies provide translation services or have translated information available for non-English speaking patients.
In response to Dr. Kroupin's introductory webinar in February, health care professionals are invited to join a second webinar featuring him that will further explore the refugee experience as it relates to behavioral health.
A slight delay in the delivery of the 835 remittance advice file to the providers’ clearinghouse impacted claims processed and paid during the week of June 6, 2016.
MHP oversees Cornerstone Solutions (SNBC) members' access to emergent, urgent and preventive care by conducting an annual survey of its contracted mental health providers.
Hennepin County substitute W9 form
Provider Focus is a quarterly newsletter for MHP providers.
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) 59 Modifier Changes
Survey results for McLeod Social Service Center, Mental Health Resources, Inc., Quality Case Management, Inc. and Tasks Unlimited.