Your facility has a resident with a growing outstanding balance due and a Medicaid application that seems to be eternally pending. The resident has been penalized because you can’t prove the use of a transfer or denied because of difficulty obtaining outstanding verifications. You may have a resident that lacks capacity and family members or agents who are dragging their feet or are totally uncooperative, despite threats of discharge. You need help to stop the bleeding, to be reimbursed for the balance owed and to create residual income for your facility. You have found our firm and we can help. So, what’s next?
In order to evaluate each case that you hire us to handle we will need certain documents and information from you initially so that we can develop an appropriate strategy and represent your interest fully. Below is a list of things we need to get started. Providing as much of this information as possible will make the intake process smoother and more efficient.
- Outstanding balance
- Resident’s current income
- Is the facility currently receiving resident’s income?
- Does the resident have capacity?
- Does the resident have a court-appointed guardian?
- Does the resident have a power of attorney?
- Does resident have an attorney?
- Date(s) of Medicaid application(s)
- Status of Medicaid application(s)
- Effective date needed
- Brief description of the issue
Required Document Checklist
- Face Sheet
- Admissions Agreement
- Current invoice
- any and all Medicaid correspondence (including all applications, denials, requests for verifications)
- copy of power of attorney (if applicable)
To get started, please contact Schutjer Bogar for more information.