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MITA state self-assessment report
MITA state self-assessment report
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) introduced the Medicaid Information Technology Architecture (MITA) as a framework to assist states with improving the operation of their Medicaid programs. A State Self-Assessment (SS-A) documenting the State's maturity level for each defined business process is a prerequisite for requesting enhanced federal funds to improve the Medicaid enterprise., prepared by: Public Knowledge, "April 11, 2012.", Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed September 2017)
MMIS procurement analysis report
MMIS procurement analysis report
In preparation for its upcoming MMIS procurement, the State of Colorado, Department of Health Care Policy and Financing (the Department) is conducting an assessment of Medicaid Management Information System (MMIS) and Fiscal Agent services procurements in other states. The State's current MMIS is over 20 years old, with components that are over 30 years old based on a 1970s general design. Many workarounds and manual processes have been developed to accommodate the antiquated system. The current system needs to be replaced., prepared by: Public Knowledge, "April 18, 2012.", Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed September 2017)
MMIS procurement analysis report
MMIS procurement analysis report
Our review of 35 states indicates that there is more activity now than ever before in the MMIS procurement and implementation space. MMIS solutions have evolved steadily since they were first mandated and funded in the 1970s. During the past four decades, Medicaid data, system processes and architecture, and transaction specifications have been standardized to allow for improved program management and broader health care IT interoperability. The State's current MMIS is over 20 years old, with components that are over 30 years old. The current MMIS needs to be replaced., deliverable to: Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing ; prepared by: Public Knowledge, "March 27, 2012.", Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover; viewed October 2015.
Measuring health in adults 65 and over, Colorado 2016 : a report
Measuring health in adults 65 and over, Colorado 2016 : a report
It was estimated that by 2030, Colorados 65 and over population will be 125% larger than it was in 2010, growing from 555,000 to 1,243,000. Older adults are essential to our society and must be provided with long lasting opportunities that keeps them active and well connected within communities. By focusing on a multidisciplinary approach that includes socio-economic factors, health and social services, and cultural competencies, the needs of older adults can be met, allowing them to reach their fullest potential and achieve a high quality of life. Recognizing that Colorado has a multitude of initiatives focusing on improving the health of Coloradans, the Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE), Human Services (CDHS), and Health Care Policy and Financing (HCPF) created the Colorado Cross-Agency Collaborative to establish a data strategy identifying metrics that are pertinent to Colorado as well as identifying gaps where further work is needed., by the Colorado Cross-Agency Collaborative., "Fulfilling Colorado's commitment to become the healthiest state.", Bibliography: pages 22-24., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed May 2016)
Medicaid and CHP+ policy changes
Medicaid and CHP+ policy changes
"May 2013.", Online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed June 2017)
Medicaid de Colorado
Medicaid de Colorado
"615-82-92-1120 (R/99).", Description based on print version record.
Medicaid eligibility quality control (MEQC)
Medicaid eligibility quality control (MEQC)
"November 28, 2012.", Online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed May 2017)
Medicaid resource book : Colorado Medicaid benefits and programs that support independence and employment for adults with disabilities
Medicaid resource book : Colorado Medicaid benefits and programs that support independence and employment for adults with disabilities
Cover title., "Funded by grant number 18-P-91-481/8 from the Medicaid Infrastructure Grant program through the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.", "Information in this book is current as of November 2004.", Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Medicaid teen pregnancy prevention program
Medicaid teen pregnancy prevention program
Title from cover., "September 1, 2010.", Description based on print version record.
Medical Clean Claims Transparency and Uniformity Act Task Force report to Department of Health Care Policy and Financing, members of the Senate Health and Human Services Committee, Colorado General Assembly, members of the House Health and Human Services
Medical Clean Claims Transparency and Uniformity Act Task Force report to Department of Health Care Policy and Financing, members of the Senate Health and Human Services Committee, Colorado General Assembly, members of the House Health and Human Services
"In accordance with ʹ25-37-106(2)(d)(I), C.R.S. of the Medical Clean Claims Transparency and Uniformity Act.", "November 30, 2012.", Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover; (viewed April 2015)
Medical eligibility quality improvement plan, December 2008
Medical eligibility quality improvement plan, December 2008
The Department is committed to increasing and improving access to Medicaid and CHP+ through strategies that involve assessing existing processes and available data, implementing best practices, improving accountability, reducing barriers and collaborating with the Department's partners in the eligibility determination and enrollment activities., Cover title., Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Medical/surgical services manual
Medical/surgical services manual
Online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed February 2017)
Member satisfaction with access to pharmacy services within Denver Health for Denver Health Medicaid Choice
Member satisfaction with access to pharmacy services within Denver Health for Denver Health Medicaid Choice
Cover title., "May 2009 for Validation Year 4.", The Balanced Budget Act (BBA) of 1997 (Public Law 105-33) requires that states conduct an annual evaluation of their managed care organizations and prepaid inpatient health plans to determine compliance with federal regulations and quality improvement standards. As one of the mandatory external quality review activities under the BBA, the Department of Health Care Policy and Financing is required to validate the performance improvement projects (PIP). To meet this validation requirement, the Department contracted with Health Services Advisory Group, Inc. (HSAG) as an external quality review organization.
Member satisfaction with access to pharmacy services within Denver health for Denver Health Medicaid Choice
Member satisfaction with access to pharmacy services within Denver health for Denver Health Medicaid Choice
Cover title., "March 2008.", The Balanced Budget Act (BBA) of 1997 (Public Law 105-33) requires that states conduct an annual evaluation of their managed care organizations and prepaid inpatient health plans to determine compliance with federal regulations and quality improvement standards. As one of the mandatory external quality review activities under the BBA, the Department of Health Care Policy and Financing is required to validate the performance improvement projects (PIP). To meet this validation requirement, the Department contracted with Health Services Advisory Group, Inc. (HSAG) as an external quality review organization.
Mental health accounting and auditing guidelines
Mental health accounting and auditing guidelines
Cover title., "July 12, 2010.", Mode of access: World Wide Web.

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