CMSN MMA extension of Continuity of Care (COC)
All authorizations that fall under the continuity of care grace period have been extended for an additional 60 days through November 30, 2014. The claims for services rendered may be submitted to MED 3000 without an authorization number and will be processed and paid. For any authorizations request that extend beyond November 30, South Florida Community Care will ensure that the authorizations will be loaded into the MED 300 system on or before December 1, 2014 to ensure that your claims are processed promptly and accurately.
SAVE THE DATE for our FLASHA FIESTA at ASHA!
You are cordially invited to our FLASHA FIESTA at ASHA! We promise the food, the drinks and the music will make this party "MUY" unforgettable!
See you on November 21, 2014 at the Hyatt regency-Conv/Lower Level, Ballroom G., 8:30pm to 10:00pm. DANCING SHOES REQUIRED!
FLASHA Member Benefit Alert!!
Did you know that you can earn free CEU's by completing any of our three ONDemand webinars? Just login through the MYFLASHA login tab on our homepage (www.flasha.org) and click on the Webinar Links & Forums hyperlink. The deadlines to complete these webinars are as follows:
Effective Supervision: 9/15/2014
Medical Errors 12/03/2014
Common Core State Standards 3/11/2015
If you have any questions, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
2014 ASHA Convention/FLASHA Pre-Convention Sessions
We welcome ASHA to Orlando, Florida, November 20-22, 2014! The annual convention will be held at the Orange County Convention Center. FLASHA will be sponsoring several CEU-eligible workshops on Wednesday afternoon. Extend your learning by joining us at one of our three sessions offered at the ASHA convention. Tickets will be offered at an additional fee and may be purchased when registering for the convention. You may still purchase tickets and attend pre-convention even if you do not plan on attention the ASHA convention. We are looking forward to the event and hope to see everyone there!!
Autism Care Act (ACA)| Federal Government Committed to Autism
The Autism Community enjoyed victory this summer. On July 31, 2014, across party lines, the United States Senate voted to unanimously pass the Autism Care Act. The Senate joined Congress “in a clear and bipartisan message -- the federal government will not abandon three million Americans with autism in the midst of a public health crisis," said Autism Speaks President Liz Feld. President Obama is expected to sign the Autism Care Act (ACA) into law, which, in part, provides for 1.3 billion dollars in Federal Funding over the next five years; coverage even if you or your child has a pre-existing condition, including a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder and coverage of a minimum set of “essential health benefits” – including behavioral health treatment, [re] habilitative services, prescription drugs, and pediatric services.
Autism Speaks has published a helpful and free download of their "Basic Guide to the Affodable Care Act & Autism Community."
ATA of FL wants to hear from you:
ATA of Florida has expressed the importance of providing FLASHA members /therapy providers a direct access when they need to ask questions, report complaints and/ address any /all issues that need to be resolved by ATA-FL. Thanks to the efforts oaf Mr. Rafael Giralda, they have set up a direct email for FLASHA members/therapy providers: ATAFL@HealthNetworkOne.com. An ATA representative will respond to your email within three business days.