Filtered by tag: Mental and Behavioral Health Remove Filter

SUD/OUD Billing and Coding for Providers

This training includes Rural Health Clinics (RHCs), Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), Critical Access Hospitals (CAHs), mental health care providers, and primary care organizations that provide SUD/OUD screening, MAT services, and behavioral health services.

The training will differentiate between RHC, FQHC, CAH, and traditional provider coding and billing requirements and will speak to the unique billing challenges stemming from RHCs, FQHCs, and CAHS having to bill using different claim forms and receiving different types of payments from Medicare, Medicaid, and commercial insurers than traditional providers. Click for more training details. 

Register Here Tennessee Rural Health Clinics, Rural FQHC, CAH: Apply discount code "RCORP2023" to receive training for free. Non-providers and/or out of state guests must pay $200.

RHA to receive grant to address Substance Use Disorder

Rural Health Association of Tennessee (RHA) has been awarded a $1million grant from the Department of Health and Human Services to combat Substance Use Disorder (SUD) in rural Tennessee over the next three years.

The announcement comes during National Recovery Month – an observance to bring public awareness surrounding mental health and addiction recovery. Tennessee, via the Behavioral Health Safety Network, prevention coalitions, and other change agents, have achieved many successes toward reducing Substance Use Disorder in the state. Most notably, opioid prescriptions have decreased statewide, resulting in fewer deaths involving opioids obtained through a prescription. Targeted prevention, treatment, and recovery programs do work.

Read More