NYSPA Provides Testimony on SAFE Act Reporting Requirement 

On May 31, 2013, NYSPA presented testimony at a Senate hearing regarding the impact of the SAFE Act mental health reporting requirement. 


NYSPA Lead Plaintiff in Class Action Lawsuit Against United Healthcare and Affiliates

NYSPA is pleased to announce that it has joined as first named plaintiff in a class action lawsuit against United Healthcare and affiliates addressing access to coverage


Will NYS’s Transition to Medicaid Managed Care Serve Those with Serious Mental Illness Well?

Barry B. Perlman, M.D. & Henry Harbin, M.D.
Skepticism, not cynicism, will be in order during the coming year as New York State’s efforts to place all of its Medicaid enrollees, including those with serious and persistent mental illness, into Medicaid Managed Care Plans (MMCPs) is realized. 


2013 CPT Changes

NYSPA has been actively working to educate our members about major current procedural terminology (CPT) changes that went into effect on January 1, 2013.


HIPAA Update

Last month, HHS issued a HIPAA Final Rule implementing, among other things, a number of provisions of the HITECH Act with the goal of strengthening privacy and security protections for health information and enhancing patient's access to their own information. 


NYSPA Issues Press Release on SAFE Act Reporting Requirements

Recently, NYSPA has been mentioned in several newspaper articles regarding the SAFE Act reporting requirements. 

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