Treatment Services Sample Clauses

Treatment Services. CONTRACTOR shall provide ongoing interdisciplinary 12 treatment services to address the whole health of the Clients served under this Contract; this includes but 13 is not limited to:
Treatment Services. Treatment Services" shall be defined as all services provided using the Equipment including but not limited to: treatment planning services, treatment delivery services, and other such services that may become available in the future, for which reimbursement is sought.
Treatment Services. Procedures, and Prescription Medicines (PHYSTH- MEDPRESC) Types of treatment received during the outpatient visit include physical therapy (PHYSTH), occupational therapy (OCCUPTH), speech therapy (SPEECHTH), chemotherapy (CHEMOTH), radiation therapy (RADIATTH), kidney dialysis (KIDNEYD), IV therapy (IVTHER), drug or alcohol treatment (DRUGTRT), allergy shots (RCVSHOT), psychotherapy/counseling (PSYCHOTH), and shots other than allergy (OTHSHOT). Services received during the visit included whether or not the person received lab tests (LABTEST), a sonogram or ultrasound (SONOGRAM), x-rays (XRAYS), a mammogram (MAMMOG), an MRI or CAT scan (MRI), an electrocardiogram (EKG), an electroencephalogram (EEG), a vaccination (RCVVAC), anesthesia (ANESTH), a throat swab (THRTSWAB), and other diagnostic tests or exams (OTHSVCE). Minimal editing was done across treatment, services, and procedures to ensure consistency across “inapplicable,” “not ascertained,” “don’t know,” “refused,” and “no services received” values. Whether or not a surgical procedure was performed during the visit was asked (SURGPROC). Finally, the questionnaire determined if a medicine was prescribed for the person during the visit (MEDPRESC). For a repeat visit event group, if a prescribed medicine is linked to the stem event (MEDPRESC=1), then the value of MEDPRESC is copied to the leaf events without linking the leaf events to the prescribed medicine. Beginning in 2009, MEDPRESC=1 was recoded to -9 for all leaf events.
Treatment Services. Treatment services shall consist of face-to-face services with client or collateral (except for authorized telephone consultation) and be conducted by a licensed, waivered, or registered mental health professional. Rate of payment shall be as follows: Assessment, per case $124.00 Psychological Testing Package $450.88 Individual Therapy, per session $ 88.00 Group Therapy, per person, per session $ 29.00 Family Therapy, per hour; includes all members Clinical Consultation, telephone per 15 minutes $ 90.00 $ 12.00
Treatment Services. Mode of Service: Community Based Services. • Contracted units of service by type. Service Year FY 2022-2023 (7/1/22 – 6/30/23) Service Type Est. No. of Students Served Per Team* Avg. Range of Service Units of Service COEDS Option 2 8 6-8 Parent Support Months Social Work Services COEDS Option 3 8 8-12 Parent Support Months Social Work Services Behavioral Interventions *Unit of service calculated by cost of team/student • Location: Community based as determined by the needs of the family and child. Examples: family home, school or community setting. • Hours of Operation: To be determined by the needs of the family and child and may include nights/weekends at minimum of minutes specified in the IEP. • Three important components of delivering COEDS 2 and 3 services include: - Developing a Family Support plan in collaboration with Special Education Case Manager, Intensive School Based Therapist, COEDS Team, Student and student's parents/guardian. The plan clarifies needs not being met that keep the student from meeting social/emotional IEP goals and identifying interventions and supports that will be used to address the social/emotional IEP goals. - 24/7 On-call Support Services to be specified on the student's IEP if needed, or to be added after consultation between COEDS Program Manager and LEA Administrator. - Making contacts with family members, caregivers, mental health providers, school officials/teachers, and other significant people in the life of the student. Option Staff Assigned Service Provided Avg. Duration Option 2 Parent Partner Family Case Manager Lead Parent Partner Lead Family Case Manager Clinical Supervisor Program Manager • Development of Family Strengths Assessment • Development of Safety and Crisis Plan and resources • Development of Comprehensive Individualized Family Support Plan • Follow through with all team members on implementation of social/emotional IEP goals • Hold weekly Family Support Team Meetings (to include Intensive School Based Therapist and Special Education Case Manager at school setting at least once a month) • Provide support for family with accessing community based supports and resources • Provide support for family with coordination of service providers • Xxxxxx the inclusion of informal supports • Develop parenting skills • Provide parenting educationAssist parents in understanding and coping with the special needs of their child and providing parents with information about child development • Connect student w...
Treatment Services. 1. Modes of Service, Service Function Codes (SFC) and Contracted Units of Service for Medi-Cal eligible clients. SERVICE MODE SFC FY 2012-13 EST. UNITS FY 2013-14 EST. UNITS FY 2014-15 EST. UNITS Case Management 15 01 270,742 270,742 270,742 Mental Health Services 15 45 95,824 95,824 95,824 Medication Support 00 00-00 00,706 86,706 86,706
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Treatment Services. CD treatment services do not include detoxification (unless it is required for medical treatment). The MCO is responsible for all CD treatment services including room and board as determined necessary by the assessment. CD services shall be provided in accordance with 42 CFR § 8.12, and Minnesota Statutes § 254B.05, subd. 1. Services include Alcohol, Smoking and Substance Involvement Screening Test (ASSIST) screening following a positive “Screening and Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment” (SBIRT) screen. The goal of SBIRT is to improve the effectiveness of early detection of at-risk or harmful substance abuse and to provide effective strategies for intervention prior to the need for more extensive or specialized treatment. The SBIRT may be offered in a primary care, or emergency care setting.
Treatment Services. The MCO is responsible for CD treatment services, excluding room and board, determined necessary by the assessment identified in Minnesota Rules, Part 9530.6615 and criteria identified in Minnesota Rules, Parts 9530.6620 and 9530.6622. Notwithstanding section 6.19.2, CD treatment services shall be provided in accordance with 42 CFR § 8.12, and Minnesota Statutes, §§ 254B.04, subd. 2a and 254B.05.
Treatment Services. CD treatment services do not include detoxification (unless it is required for medical treatment). The MCO is responsible for CD treatment services, excluding room and board, determined necessary by the assessment identified in Minnesota Rules, Part 9530.6615. The MCO shall not be responsible for the payment of room and board services provided by residential chemical dependency treatment providers. Notwithstanding section 6.20.2, CD treatment services shall be provided in accordance with 42 CFR § 8.12, and Minnesota Statutes, §§ 254B.04, subd. 2a and 254B.05, subd. 1.
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