Under federal rules and regulations, healthcare provider organizations that are owned by states, counties, cities, or other public entities can participate in certified public expenditure (CPE) programs. In a CPE, the state is able to certify unreimbursed Medicaid eligible costs expended by the public health care organization and draw down the applicable federal Medicaid matching funds associated with those costs. These initiatives are available for all types of publicly-owned providers, including hospitals, nursing homes, and clinics. Sellers Dorsey has worked to develop robust CPE programs in a variety of states, including one that brings an additional $30 million annually.
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Spotlight on Success | Certified Public Expenditure Programs
Seeking to ensure taxpayers in their state
were securing as much federal financial as possible participation in their Medicaid program,
elected officials and other policymakers in a large industrial state turned to
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