Medicaid 101: What You Need To Know to Maximize Your Bottom Line
Medicaid 101: What You Need To Know to Maximize Your Bottom Line



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Course Description

This program was recorded on May 11, 2018

This presentation will provide you with the information you need to navigate the complex Medicaid process from filing an application, to securing a determination, and everything in between. We will share tips and tools to optimize Medicaid recovery and explore alternative avenues for recovery if an uncovered balance remains once Medicaid is approved. A great crash course for beginners and also useful for those more experienced with the Medicaid process.

Attorney Erin SaylorErin Saylor
With a background in civil litigation, Erin works daily with health care providers to secure vital-public benefits for their residents, as well as represent their interests in related guardianship, probate, and collection proceedings. She has advocated for clients at numerous administrative and civil hearings and has appeared before state courts at the trial level. Erin strives to provide high quality, efficient, and economical representation to each of her clients.

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  1. What is Medicaid?
  2. How does someone get Medicaid?
  3. Navigating the Application Process
  4. What happens next?
    1. Nothing
    2. Request for More Information
    3. Denial
    4. Approval
  5. Tools to Maximize Eligibility
    1. Patient Liability
    2. Pre-Eligibility Medical Expenses
  6. Other Avenues for Recovery