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INTEGRATED CARE MANAGEMENT AND QUALITY IMPROVEMENT. DMAS/ KePRO Service Authorization Process for DD and MFP Services . Service Authorization Process. Service Authorization ( Srv Auth) Submission Requirements for the following Waiver Service Types: DD (IFDDS)-0902

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INTEGRATED CARE MANAGEMENT AND QUALITY IMPROVEMENT

DMAS/ KePROService Authorization Process for DD and MFP Services

Revised Feb 2011

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Service Authorization Process

  • Service Authorization (Srv Auth) Submission Requirements for the following Waiver Service Types:
      • DD (IFDDS)-0902
      • MFP Money Follows the Person - 0909

Revised Oct. 2012

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Service Authorization Process

  • The Srv Auth request fax form is the DMAS 98, “Community Based Care Request Form”.
  • The Provider verifies eligibility by using the DMAS web based ARS system at:
  • https://www.virginiamedicaid.dmas.virginia.gov/wps/portal
  • or by calling:
  • Medicall at 1-800-884-9730 or 1-800-772-9996.

Revised Oct. 2012

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Submitting Srv Auth Requests

  • Requests should be submitted via:
    • Atrezzo Connect http://dmas.kepro.com

(registration required)

    • Fax: 877-652-9329
    • Telephone: 888-827-2884 or 804-622-8900
    • Mail: KePRO
    • 2810 N. Parham Rd, Suite 305
    • Henrico, Virginia 23294

Revised Oct. 2012

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Submitting Srv Auth Requests

  • Srv Auth request fax forms are posted on the DMAS and KePRO websites. The applicable fax form for Waiver Services processed by KePRO is the DMAS 98.
  • An editable Word version, that allows providers to save the form and input responses directly on to the form. Use of editable version of the Srv Auth request form will expedite processing and is preferred if providers are not using Atrezzo Portal.
  • Please clearly indicate on the DMAS 98 if a submission is an initial request, change (increase or decrease to an existing case), transfer, or a discharge. If submitting a change or discharge request, please also include the Srv Auth# that needs to be changed or cancelled.

Revised Oct. 2012

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Srv Auth Requests

  • Covered Services under:
  • DD (IFDDS)-0902
  • MFP (Money Follows the Person)-0909

Revised Oct. 2012

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Waiver Requests

  • Initial Requests for Services and Enrollment
    • Initial request for Services (DD and MFP)‏
    • Enrollment for MFP (individuals are enrolled in DD Waiver by DMAS)‏
  • Change Requests
    • Need to Submit Case ID or Srv Auth # and the procedure code that is in need of a chance, as well as the required justification to support.
    • Change requests are inclusive of requests to increase or decrease units previous authorized, or to change dates of service currently authorized.

Revised Oct. 2012

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Waiver Requests

  • Discharges
    • Need to Submit Case ID or Srv Auth # and the procedure code for each service being discharged, as well as the reason for the discharge.
    • You must complete a new DMAS 98, submitting the DMAS 225 is not sufficient.
  • Completion of DMAS 98
    • Page 1: Name, Age, Gender, Name of Service Provider, Service Provider ID (Must be 10 Digits), Diagnosis, Clinical or additional information in Blocks 15 & 16, Name of referring Provider (when applicable) and Referring Provider ID.

Revised Oct. 2012

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Waiver Requests

  • Page 2: List type of service requested by use of the procedure code (with modifier if applicable), Hours/ units, frequency, cost (when applicable), SOC date, and End date.
  • Providers must submit request to the designated preauthorization contractor within 10 business days of initiating care or within 10 business days of receiving verification of Medicaid eligibility from the local DSS, unless otherwise specified in the DMAS Provider Manual.
  • Please note that some services can not be retro authorized and must be submitted by the SOC date requested. Refer to the specific Provider Waiver Manual for the submission requirements for each service/procedure code.
  • There are no automatic renewals of service authorizations. Providers must submit a service authorization request if a member requires continued services or the current authorization will end without renewal.

Revised Oct. 2012

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DD Waiver Requests

  • DD Waiver Srv Auth Service Type: 0902
  • DMAS performs enrollments for DD Waiver. Requests for DD Waiver services that require authorization are to be submitted to KePRO via a fully completed DMAS 98 (if submitting via electronic submission via Atrezzo Connect fax/mail, or phone.)

Revised Oct. 2012

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DD Waiver Requests

  • DD Waiver Srv Auth Service Type: 0902
  • The Following are the services available
  • under the DD Waiver By Procedure Code:
  • T1019(Agency Directed Personal Care)‏
  • S5126(Consumer Directed Personal Care)‏
  • T1005(Agency Directed Respite)‏
  • S5150( Consumer Directed Respite)‏
  • T1002(Skilled Nursing Services-RN)‏
  • T1003(Skilled Nursing Services-LPN)‏

Revised Oct. 2012

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DD Waiver Requests

  • S5165 & 99199 U4 ( Environmental Modifications (EM) & EM Maintenance)‏
  • T1999 & T1999 U5 (Assistive Technology (AT) & AT Maintenance)‏
  • H2011 (Crisis Stabilization)‏
  • H0040 (Crisis Stabilization)‏
  • S5111 (Family Caregiver Training)‏
  • H2025 & H2025 U1( Pre-vocational Services-Regular and High Intensity)‏

Revised Oct. 2012

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DD Waiver Requests

  • S5135 (Companion Care)‏
  • S5136 (Companion Care: Consumer Directed)‏
  • H2014 (In-Home Residential Services)
  • H2023 (Supported Employment- Individual)‏
  • H2024 (Supported Employment- Enclave)‏
  • 97537 & 97537 U1 (Day Support – Regular and High Intensity)‏
  • 97139 (Therapeutic Consultation)‏

Revised Oct. 2012

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DD Waiver Requests

  • S5160 & S5160 U1 (Personal Emergency Response System Installation- PERS)‏
  • S5161 & S5185 (Personal Emergency Response System Monitoring)‏
  • H2021 TD & H2021 TE (PERS Nursing-RN or LPN)‏

Revised Oct. 2012

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DD Waiver Requests

  • The following procedure codes only require submission of the DMAS 98 for review of Srv Auth requests:
  • 97537 & 97537 U1 (Day Support- Regular and High Intensity)‏
  • H2011(Crisis Stabilization)‏
  • H0040 (Crisis Supervision)‏
  • H2023 (Supported Employment- Individual)‏
  • H2024 (Supported Employment- Group)‏
  • S5135 (Companion Care- Agency)‏
  • S5136 (Companion Care- Consumer Directed)‏
  • T1002 and T1003 (Skilled Nursing- RN or LPN)‏
  • 97139 (Therapeutic Consultation)‏
  • S5160/S6160 U1; S5161/S5185 (PERS Installation & Monitoring)‏
  • H2021 TD & H2021 TE (PERS Nursing)

Revised Oct. 2012

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DD Procedure Code that requires additional Clinical Review w/ Srv Auth Requests

  • T1019/S5126 (Agency & Consumer Directed Personal Care)‏
  • T1005/S5150 (Agency & Consumer Directed Respite Care)‏
  • S5111 (Family Caregiver Training)‏
  • H2025 and H2025 U1 (Pre-Vocational Services-Regular and High Intensity)‏
  • S5165 & 99199 U4 (Environmental Modifications and EM Maintenance)‏
  • T1999/T1999 U5 (Assistive Technology & AT Maintenance)‏
  • H2014 (In-Home Residential)‏

Revised Oct. 2012

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General DD Waiver Rules

  • Enrollment into the DD Waiver is performed by DMAS.
  • The DMAS POC must be approved & received by KePRO prior to the Srv Auth request being submitted.
  • Total hours/units authorized cannot exceed the total hours approved on the DMAS POC.
  • Any request for a change in hours/units, services, etc require a revision to the DMAS POC prior to services being authorized.

Revised Oct. 2012

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General DD Waiver Rules

  • Only the following services can be authorized for dates of service past the end date covered by the current DMAS POC:
  • Personal Care
  • Respite Care
  • Companion Care
  • In-Home Residential
  • Supported Employment
  • Pre-Vocational Services
  • Day Support

Revised Oct. 2012

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General DD Waiver Rules

  • All Requests received prior to KePRO's receipt of the DMAS approved POC will be pended for 5 business days.
  • If the approved POC is not received during this timeframe, the request will be rejected and resubmission will be required upon verification that KePRO has received the DMAS POC.

Revised Oct. 2012

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T1019 (Agency Directed) & S5126 (Consumer Directed) Personal Care

  • When an individual is re-admitted after discharge or transferred to a new provider, documentation of a new assessment (DMAS 99) must be included with Srv Auth request. New assessment must be signed/dated on or before the new SOC date. Services cannot be authorized prior to date DMAS 99 is signed.
  • If there is an increase or decrease in the amount of hours from the prior agency, a new provider Plan of Care (DMAS 97A/B) and justification to support the change is hours must be submitted for review.
  • The DMAS POC must be revised prior to Srv Auth requests for readmissions, but is only required for transfer requests when there is a change in services/hours (i.e. More or less hours then previously authorized).

Revised Oct. 2012

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T1019 (Agency Directed) & S5126 (Consumer Directed) Personal Care

  • For Transfer Requests: Hours above the cap and services previously authorized may not be automatically re-authorized. Justification for these hours must be included with the Srv Auth request.
  • Timely submission guidelines still apply for re-admissions and transfers just as a new request for both Agency and CD Personal Care. Please refer to the DD Waiver Provider Manual for Srv Auth submission criteria.

Revised Oct. 2012

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T1019 (Agency Directed) & S5126 (Consumer Directed) Personal Care

  • Attendants may not be the parents of minor children, the spouse of the individuals who are receiving waiver services or the family/caregivers that are directing the individual's care.
  • Documentation must include the name of the attendant/aide and the relationship to the Waiver Individual.

Revised Oct. 2012

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T1019 (Agency Directed) & S5126 (Consumer Directed) Personal Care

  • Documentation must include name of the attendant and name of the unpaid primary caregiver (PCG).
  • Attendants may not be the parents of minor children or the spouse of the individuals who are receiving waiver services.
  • For CD Respite - Attendants must not be the family/caregivers that are directing the individual's care.
  • Respite Care cannot be authorized when services are rendered by the other family Members who live under the same roof as the individual, UNLESS there is objective written documentation as to why there are no other providers available to provide care.

Revised Oct. 2012

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T1019 (Agency Directed) & S5126 (Consumer Directed) Respite Care

  • If submitting a respite transfer request, the new provider should only request the balance of hours remaining for the Waiver individual for that calendar year.
  • If there is no coordination services with the previous Respite Care provider, the previous provider's Srv Auth must be discharged prior to the new provider obtaining a new Respite Care authorization.

Revised Oct. 2012

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S5111 (Family Caregiver Training)

  • Individuals can receive up to 80 hours of FCT per POC year.
  • Individual must be receiving one other DD Waiver service; in addition to Case Management Services.
  • Documentation must include name of the person who will receive the training and their relationship to the individual, as well as the name and title of the professional providing the training.

Revised Oct. 2012

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S5111 (Family Caregiver Training)

  • Training does not include school/college educational courses.
  • Family is defined as unpaid people who live with or provide care to an individual on the Waiver. “Family” does not include people who are employed to care for the individual.
  • The FCT Trainer must be one of the following licensed professionals: Occupational Therapist, Physical Therapist, Speech Language Pathologist, Physicians, Psychologists, LCSW, LPC, RNs, and Special Education Teachers.

Revised Oct. 2012

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H2025 (Pre-Vocational Services-Regular Intensity) and H2025 U1 (High Intensity)‏

  • Documentation must include specific information as to the type of services to be rendered.

Revised Oct. 2012

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S5165 (Environmental Modifications), 99199 U4 (EM Maintenance) & T1999 (Assistive Technology) & T1999 U5 (AT Maintenance)‏
  • Any request for a change in cost (increase or decrease) requires a revision to the DMAS approved POC prior to Srv Auth.
  • Description of item/modification submitted must match the name of the item/service and the total cost of the item as listed on the DMAS approved POC.
  • Individual must be receiving one other DD Waiver service, in addition to Case Management Services.

Revised Oct. 2012

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S5165 (Environmental Modifications), 99199 U4 (EM Maintenance) & T1999 (Assistive Technology) & T1999 U5 (AT Maintenance)‏
  • Maximum Medicaid funded expenditure is $5000 per DMAS POC year for all EM and AT procedure codes combined (i.e. $5000 for EM codes and $5000 for AT codes).
  • Total cost for an item/modification cannot be carried over from one POC year to another, i.e. Funding for a requested service/item cannot be split between 2 authorizations spanning the DMAS POC year.‏

Revised Oct. 2012

h2014 in home residential
H2014 (In-Home Residential)‏
  • Documentation must include the name of the In-Home Residential Support Provider and the relationship to the individual.
  • Providers may be the Members of the individual's family, but MAY NOT be the parent of minor child receiving services, individual's spouse, or a legally responsible relative or legal guardian for the individual.
  • Services cannot be authorized when being rendered by other family Members who live under the same roof as the individual, UNLESS there is objective written documentation as to why there are no other providers available to provide care.

Revised Oct. 2012

mfp money follows the person
MFP (Money Follows the Person)‏
  • MFP Srv Auth Service Type: 0909
    • The following services are available under MFP:
  • H2015 – Transition Coordination
  • T2028 – Transition Services
  • S5165 & 99199 U4 – EM and EM Maintenance
  • T1999 & T1999 U5 – AT and AT Maintenance

Revised Oct. 2012

mfp money follows the person1
MFP (Money Follows the Person)‏
  • For MFP enrollment requests, the Transition Coordinator must include documentation stating that the individual meets MFP criteria for enrollment.
  • Please refer to the applicable Waiver Services Manual, MFP Appendix E for program specific requirements and criteria for available MFP services.

Revised Oct. 2012

h2015 transition coordination
H2015 (Transition Coordination)
  • Transition Coordination is only available when the individual is in a Nursing Facility or Long-Stay Hospital at enrollment and will be transitioning to the EDCD Waiver in the community.
  • Services may be authorized for a maximum of 60 days.
  • Documentation must include statement from provider to certify that the individual meets MFP enrollment criteria.

Revised Oct. 2012

t2038 transition services
T2038 (Transition Services)‏
  • The Transition Coordinator/Case Manager must submit the request for Transition Services.
  • The patient must be a resident of a Nursing Facility or Long Stay Hospital at the time of request. This service is automatically authorized for a 9 month period, no more, no less.
  • Transition Services should not be requested until a firm approximate discharge date has been set. This will ensure the dates of service authorized covers a sufficient amount of time post discharge to utilize services.

Revised Oct. 2012

s5165 environmental modifications 99199 u4 em maintenance
S5165 (Environmental Modifications) & 99199 U4 (EM Maintenance)
  • Environmental modifications are physical adaptations to a house, place of residence, primary vehicle or worksite, when the work site modifications exceeds reasonable accommodation requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (42 USC § 1201 et. seq.)
  • Modifications must be necessary to ensure the individuals health and safety or enable functioning with greater independence, and is of direct medical or remedial benefit to the individual.
  • Modifications cannot be authorized to bring a substandard dwelling up to minimum habitation standards.
  • This service does not include adaptations or improvements to the home which are of general utility i.e.: carpeting, roof repair.

Revised Oct. 2012

s5165 environmental modifications 99199 u4 em maintenance1
S5165 (Environmental Modifications) & 99199 U4 (EM Maintenance)
  • Service is available to individuals who are receiving at least one other qualifying Waiver service: Adult Day Health Care, Personal Care, or Respite Care.
  • Documentation must include the written description of the item, cost of materials, labor, and must state how it provides direct medical or remedial benefit to the individual.
  • Items will be covered in the least expensive, most cost effective manner.
  • Any change in the cost (increase and or decrease) requires supporting documentation, including an itemized list of the cost of materials & labor.

Revised Oct. 2012

s5165 environmental modifications 99199 u4 em maintenance2
S5165 (Environmental Modifications) & 99199 U4 (EM Maintenance)
  • EM requests may be submitted by Transition Coordinators, DME providers, Personal Care Providers, Service Facilitators, and existing waiver providers that currently perform qualified services. (Adult Day Care, Personal Care, or Respite Care).
  • EM and activities may include: Installation of ramps and grab bars, widening or doorways, modification of bathroom facilities, or installation of specialized electrical and plumbing systems that are necessary to accommodate the medical equipment and supplies that are necessary for the welfare of the individual, etc...

Revised Oct. 2012

s5165 environmental modifications 99199 u4 em maintenance3
S5165 (Environmental Modifications) & 99199 U4 (EM Maintenance)
  • Maximum Medicaid funded expenditure is $5000.00 per calendar year for all Environmental Modification codes combined.
  • Cost can not be carried over from one calendar year to another. For example, if the cost of an environmental modification is $7000, it can not be split for $5000.00 one year and $2000.00 the next.
  • Modification can not be duplicated.

Revised Oct. 2012

t1999 assistive technology t1999 u5 at maintenance
T1999 (Assistive Technology) & T1999 U5 (AT Maintenance)‏
  • Assistive Technology is defined as specialized medical equipment and supplies, devices, controls, and appliances, not available under the State Plan for Medical Assistance, which enable individuals to increase their abilities to perform activities of daily living, or to perceive, control, or communicate with the environment in which they live, or which are necessary to their proper functioning.
  • Service is available to individuals who are receiving at least one other qualifying Waiver service: Adult Day Health Care, Personal Care, or Respite Care.

Revised Oct. 2012

t1999 assistive technology t1999 u5 at maintenance1
T1999 (Assistive Technology) & T1999 U5 (AT Maintenance)‏
  • All items must be medically necessary.
  • Devices can’t be solely for educational purposes.
  • AT items can not be duplicated.
  • AT items can not be rented.
  • May be multiple items requested within the calendar year, but can not exceed $5000 for all AT procedure codes combined.
  • Cost can not be carried over from one calendar year to another. For example, if the cost of an Assistive Technology request is $7000, it can not be split for $5000.00 one year and $2000.00 the next.

Revised Oct. 2012

t1999 assistive technology t1999 u5 at maintenance2
T1999 (Assistive Technology) & T1999 U5 (AT Maintenance)‏
  • Documentation must include the type of professional who recommended the AT and a statement to the need and medical necessity for the purchase.
  • For children under 21 years of age, if the Assistive Technology request cannot be approved under MFP, the request may be submitted directly to DMAS EPSDT Unit for review.

Revised Oct. 2012

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Submitting an Appeal‏

All appeal requests are to be submitted in writing to:

Director Appeals Division

Department of Medical Assistance Services

600 East Broad Street, 11th Floor

Richmond, VA 23219

**NOTE: Providers should only submit an appeal request for services that have already been rendered.

Revised Oct. 2012

tips for successful requests cont d
Tips For Successful Requests (cont’d)
  • Refer to DMAS 98 instructions (Faxing) and questionnaires (Atrezzo Connect entry), and/or the specific Medicaid provider manual for specific information regarding service criteria, documentation requirements, and service authorization process.
    • Do not send duplicate requests via multiple faxes, Atrezzo Connect, etc. unless specifically instructed by KePRO to re-send. This only congests the system and slows the review process.

Revised Oct. 2012

identification numbers
Identification Numbers
  • Medicaid ID number consists of 12 digits (example-123456789012)
  • KePRO Case Number consists of 9 digits with one dash (example-07000-0000).
  • Srv Auth number generated by Affiliated Computer Systems (ACS) is 11 digits (example-12345678901).
  • Without the correct number of digits, it will take longer to process the request.

Revised Oct. 2012

case number
Case Number
  • A case number is generated after a service authorization has been submitted.
  • The case number is different from the Srv Auth number.
  • The case number is used for tracking the case through the KePRO system.
  • The service authorization number is posted in Atrezzo Connect and sent via fax for all submissions.

Revised Oct. 2012

receiving a srv auth number from acs
Receiving a Srv Auth Number from ACS
  • Obtain the Srv Auth number from determination letters sent by ACS.
  • Srv Auth notification letters are sent to the provider “mail to” address on file with the Provider Enrollment Unit.
  • If there is no "Mail to" address, the letter goes to the service address.

Revised Oct. 2012

receiving a srv auth number from acs cont d
Receiving a Srv Auth Number from ACS (cont’d)
  • Providers who wish to change their “mail to” address may do so by contacting:
  • Virginia Medicaid Provider Enrollment Services
  • P. O. Box 26803
  • Richmond, VA 23261-6803
  • Phone: 888-829-5373 (in state toll-free) or 1-804-270-5105
  • Fax: 888-335-8476 (in state toll-free) or 1-804-270-7027

Revised Oct. 2012

receiving a srv auth number from acs cont d1
Receiving a Srv Auth Number from ACS (cont’d)
  • Medicall at 1-800-884-9730 or 1-800-772-9996
  • You may obtain the Srv Auth number from the web-based ARS at: https://www.virginiamedicaid.dmas.virginia.gov/wps/portal
  • The ARS system is easy to use. It is accessible to anyone with an internet-connected PC and a web browser.
  • New users must register for ARS online at:
  • https://www.virginiamedicaid.dmas.virginia.gov/wps/portal.Users will receive a phone call from ACS (within 72 hours of registration) with instructions.

Revised Oct. 2012

submitting additional information
Submitting Additional Information
  • If upon review of the documentation submitted for a Srv Auth request is determined to be insufficient to process the request, the Customer Service Staff and/or Clinical Reviewer will “pend” the request for the additional information.
  • The pend to the provide will be for 5 business days.
  • To submit additional information on a pended case:
  • Via Atrezzo Connect- Providers may submit additional information through Atrezzo Connect by choosing "add to comments” (NOTE: The "extend case" feature is used when requesting additional days of coverage only). Whenever a provider adds to comments, this puts the case back in the nurse review queue.
  • FAX / PHONE- Providers will receive a KePRO fax notice requesting additional information. Please submit this information by following the instructions provided on the “additional information request”. Please label the document as additional information.

Revised Oct. 2012

retroactive reviews
Retroactive Reviews
  • Providers must submit all required information to KePRO within 10 business days of initiating care or within 10 business days of receiving verification of Medicaid Eligibility from the local DSS using the DMAS 225, or as otherwise specified in the provider manuals.
  • Be sure to submit the date the DMAS 225 was received to support timely submission.
  • Please refer to Chapter IV of the Medicaid Provider Manual for timely submission requirements for service authorization as some services cannot be retro authorized and must be submitted by Start of Care date.
  • These “retro reviews” can also be submitted via Atrezzo Connect, fax, mail, or phone and should include all of the required clinical documentation.

Revised Oct. 2012

submitting changes to an existing case for all formats
Submitting Changes to an Existing Case (for all formats)
  • If you are requesting a discharge – please request under the existing case number to be discharged. Do not request a new case.
  • If you are requesting a change (increase or decrease) in dates, units, or hours, please request under the existing case number, do not open a new case for these types of requests.
  • Requesting or creating new cases in place of updating existing cases only delays processing time and causes duplicate and overlapping date errors.

Revised Oct. 2012

overlapping dates with the same provider
Overlapping Dates with the Same Provider
  • For on-going service authorizations, check your files and verify the dates that have been previously authorized, denied or pended before submitting your request.
  • Submit your request using the correct begin and end dates of service.
  • If your new Srv Auth request overlaps with an approved or denied existing Srv Auth, your new request will be rejected and returned to you via fax to correct the beginning and/or ending dates of service. (Overlap errors are due to the same member, same provider type, same service, with same or overlapping dates)
  • If requested dates do not overlap, contact KePRO for a review of the case error.

Revised Oct. 2012

submitting an appeal
Submitting an Appeal
  • All appeal requests are to be submitted in writing to:

Director Appeals Division

Department of Medical Assistance Services

600 East Broad Street, 11th Floor

Richmond, VA 23219

Revised Oct. 2012

program changes and updates
Program Changes and Updates

Check the Medicaid Memos and Manuals online at:

www.dmas.virginia.gov

Click on the link to Providers Services

or

http://dmas.kepro.com

Revised Oct. 2012

important resources
Important Resources
  • For provider questions/issues you may contact:
  • KePRO (1-888-827-2884)
  • PAUR06@dmas.virginia.gov
  • ProviderIssues@kepro.com
  • AtrezzoIssues@kepro.com

Revised Oct. 2012

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References

http://dmas.kepro.com

Individual and Family Developmental Disabilities Waiver Services Manual

Pre-Admission Screening Manual

MFP (Money Follows the Person): Waiver Manuals, Appendix E

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Thank You

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