What is Livanta Medicare?

What is Livanta Medicare?

This smart phone app makes it easy to reach our call centers with your health care concerns and receive reminders about your rights as a Medicare patient. The LivantaCares Medicare Helpline app is available for free, and is for people on traditional Medicare or Medicare Advantage health plans.

What is Livanta QIO?

Livanta LLC. We serve our customers by advancing population health, improving patient care and safety, engaging caregivers and other stakeholders, and effectively managing healthcare costs through quality improvement, strategic communication, and innovation.

What is Livanta BFCC QIO program?

Beneficiary and Family Centered Care-Quality Improvement Organizations (BFCC-QIOs) help people who have Medicare exercise their right to high-quality health care by: Managing all complaints and quality of care reviews to ensure consistency in the review process.

How long does a Livanta appeal take?

Once you request a fast-track appeal, your MA plan is required to send your medical records to Livanta within 1 day. Livanta then has 1 day to decide on your fast-track appeal.

Who is the QIO for Michigan?

Superior Health Quality Alliance (Superior Health) currently serves as the QIN-QIO for Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin.

What is a QIO appeal?

If you think your Medicare services are ending too soon (e.g. if you think you are being discharged from the hospital too soon), you can file an appeal with your Beneficiary and Family Centered Care Quality Improvement Organization (BFCC-QIO).

What is QIO number?

Livanta is a Beneficiary and Family Centered Care Quality Improvement Organization (BFCC-QIO). Helpline: (877) 588 – 1123. TTY: (855) 887 – 6668.

What does a QIO do?

What are QIOs? A Quality Improvement Organization (QIO) is a group of health quality experts, clinicians, and consumers organized to improve the quality of care delivered to people with Medicare.

How do you become a QIO?

Review of Proposal Organizations must meet the following criteria to be eligible to participate as a QIO-Like entity: Must have a governing body that includes at least one individual who is a representative of health care providers and at least one individual who is representative of consumers.

How do I contact QIO?

For concerns other than those listed above, please see the following list of resources.

  1. (800) 434 – 0222.
  2. (916) 419 – 7510.
  3. (855) 613 – 7080.
  4. (916) 558 – 1784.

Which QIO is responsible for addressing the concerns of people with Medicare?

As part of its overall mission, the Social Security Act places the responsibility for investigating and resolving “quality of care” complaints from Medicare beneficiaries with QIOs.

Who is the QIO for Texas?

Since 1984, TMF has been under contract with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) as the Quality Improvement Organization (QIO) for Texas, improving care provided to Medicare beneficiaries through cooperative efforts with the health care community.