This training covers the basics of public assistance cost allocation plans, including regulatory requirements and plan development processes. It also offers strategies for using cost allocation plans as a revenue optimization tool, with a focus on compliance with federal regulations. Participants will also learn about current issues affecting states and their cost allocation plans in the current budgetary climate.
This course provides comprehensive insight into the core of the Medicaid program, covering areas such as financing, regulations, eligible populations, covered services, and fraud. Suitable for all levels of Medicaid professionals, it aims to equip learners with the key concepts and information needed to succeed in the industry. The advanced training course builds on this foundation, delving deeper into specialized areas such as Medicaid financing, payment rates, State Plans, and administrative costs.
This training aims to equip participants with fundamental knowledge and skills relevant to Child Welfare, including regulatory requirements and current topics. It covers the intricacies of funding streams in child welfare services, with a particular focus on IV-E and IV-B programs, and provides up to 16 hours of CPE. Participants will also learn about recent changes in FFPSA and CCWIS, as well as how to report eligible expenditures accurately.