Tag Archives: New York

Sneak Preview: Oversight Needed for New York Special Education

(The following was excerpted from an article in the Single Audit Information Service.) New York education officials have proposed reforms to improve the state’s oversight of special education programs in response to a New York Office of State Comptroller audit…

LinkedInShare

Baby, It’s Cold Outside!

The time has come to throw an extra blanket or two on the bed and don several layers before venturing out the door. Here in the Washington, D.C., area, we’re getting set for a week of some of the coldest…

LinkedInShare

Where to Turn to After Suffering Through Hurricane Sandy

Hurricane Sandy (aka “Frankenstorm”) has come and gone in the Northeast and the damage left behind is unfathomable. For most of us in the D.C. area, we were spared the true wrath of the storm and had relatively little damage,…

LinkedInShare

Sneak Preview: N.Y. To Increase Reviews Under Waiver Program

(The following was excerpted from an article in the Federal Grants Management Handbook.) New York health officials will expand their reviews of service plans for individuals with developmental disabilities to ensure that health care providers participating in a state Medicaid…

LinkedInShare

Sneak Preview: N.Y. Aims To Limit Multiple Medicaid ID Numbers

(The following was excerpted from an article in the Single Audit Information Service.) New York health officials are taking steps to limit the issuance of multiple Medicaid identification numbers in response to a New York Office of State Comptroller’s (OSC)…

LinkedInShare

Sneak Peek: N.Y. DOH Instructed To Deduct Income From Claims

(This post is based on an upcoming article in the Single Audit Information Service.) New York health officials plan to evaluate ways to modify its Medicaid claims processing system to ensure the state pays nursing homes the appropriate level of…

LinkedInShare