Panel Discussion Highlights Uncertainties Of TN’s Medicaid Block Grant Waiver

As Tennessee’s TennCare III Medicaid Block Grant Sits In A Public Comment Period, The Vanderbilt University Department Of Health Policy And School Of Medicine Hosted A Panel Discussion On How The First-Of-Its-Kind Grant Would Affect Tennessee Residents.

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Reporting Suspected TennCare Fraud Just Got Easier

Tips from Tennesseans Result In More TennCare Fraud Investigations Than Any Other Method And Now It’s Easier Than Ever To Report Suspected TennCare Fraud To The Office Of Inspector General, Which Investigates Fraud Among Members Of The State’s Healthcare Insurance Program.

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Court Places TN’s Medicaid Block Grant Lawsuit On Hold

A Lawsuit Challenging Tennessee’s TennCare III Medicaid Block Grant Has Been Put On Hold By A Federal Judge While A Public Comment Period On The Funding Occurs.

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Harshbarger’s Request For Vote Against Taxpayer Funded Abortion Blocked

Representative Diana Harshbarger Addressed The Floor Last Week, Asking The U.S. House Of Representatives To Take A Vote On A Bill That Would Prevent Taxpayer Money To Be Used To Fund Abortions. This Request Was Blocked By House Speaker Nancy Pelosi And Her Democrat Counterparts.

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Biden, Senators Reach Bipartisan Infrastructure Framework

The Biden Administration Said Thursday It Has Reached An Agreement On Infrastructure With A Coalition Of Senate Democrats And Republicans.

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Governor Lee Defends Medicaid Block Grant Program

According To The U.S. Census, More Than 836,000 People In Tennessee Do Not Have Health Insurance. Despite Some Pushback From The New Administration, Governor Lee Is Hopeful That The Medicaid Block Grant Waiver Program Will Remain In Place And Will Allow More People To Get The Insurance They Need.

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Tennessee Hospice Company Sued for Medicare/Medicaid Fraud – June 4, 2021 News Break

1) Tennessee Hospice Company Sued for Medicare/Medicaid Fraud
2) Tennessee’s Lawmakers Celebrate Permitless Carry As It Becomes Law
3) Nashville Approves Sales Tax Increase For Downtown District

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Tennessee Hospice Company Sued for Medicare/Medicaid Fraud

The Federal Government Has Joined Tennessee In A Lawsuit Against Nashville-Based Avalon Hospice, The State’s Largest Hospice Company. The Suit Claims That The Company Filed False Medicare And Medicaid Claims For Patients Who Were Not Eligible For The Benefits.

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