Managing coordination of benefits (COB) is challenging for many health plans, but Medicaid plans face among the greatest obstacles. For example, Medicaid beneficiaries often have multiple breaks in coverage in a single year, resulting in data becoming outdated quickly. These plans also have limited resources for identifying third-party liability, although they are required by law to do so.
And now, as team members involved in COB work remotely, these hurdles can become even greater.
In a new white paper, CAQH outlines common pitfalls associated with coordinating benefits and identifying third-party liability, and offers recommendations for how Medicaid programs can utilize high-quality data and more efficient workflows to overcome them. Read more.
To learn how COB Smart can help Medicaid programs improve their coordination of benefits process, click here.