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ADAA : Medical Assistance PAC

Below are links to resources to assist providers in billing Maryland Medicaid for treatment services. If you have questions or would like to make comments on the process email ADAA at:

ADAA_MA-PAC_Questions@dhmh.state.md.us

New NIATx Third-party Billing Guide

NIATx Web Site

NEW - Clarification of the Substance Abuse Transmittal No. 2

MA/PAC Fee-for-Service Billing Process

MCO Provider Forum

MEDICAID FORMS AND DOCUMENTS

Admission Guidelines for PAC Patients and Programs in HSCRC-Regulated Space

ACTION ALERT: Maryland Medicaid - Substance Abuse Transmittal #2 - Dec. 22, 2009

Baltimore City Substance Abuse: Strategies to Maximize Medicaid Billing - November 9, 2009

Concurrent Review Fillable Form Effective May 1, 2012 (April 13, 2012)

Discharge Summary Fillable Form Effective May 1, 2012 (April 13, 2012) 

Health Choice Substance Abuse Instructions May 1, 2012 (April 13, 2012)

Health Choice and PAC Substance Abuse Notification Form Fillable May 4, 2012 (April 13, 2012)

Health Choice Substance Abuse Treatment Self-Referral Protocols in ASAM Order - Substance Abuse Improvement Initiative (SAII) - January 1, 2010 (doc)

Licensure Requirements for MA/PAC Billing

MARYLAND MEDICAID (PAC) Billing Instructions for Substance Abuse Services

Maryland Medical Assistance Substance Abuse Transmittal No. 2/Changes to Substance Abuse Coverage as of Jan.1, 2010

MCO Contact Information

MD PAC Palmcard Final Fall 2013

MD PAC Palcard (SPANISH) Fall 2013

Medicaid Substance Abuse Treatment Self-Referral Protocols - Substance Abuse Improvement Initiative (SAII) - January 1, 2010 (pdf)

Medicaid 101 MHA ADAA November 14, 2013

Methodology for ADAA Grant Reductions for Medicaid/PAC Expansion

New Forms Letters to Providers April 9, 12  (April 13, 2012)

PAC Enrolees Notice FINAL October 2013

PAC Transition November 2013

Primary Adult Care Program (PAC) - Basic Information for Applicants

Questions from Providers - Frequently Asked Questions

 

 

 

 

 

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