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Electronic Claims Are Encouraged: Paper Claims Cannot Be Scanned At This Time

Due to Governor Whitmer Executive Order “Stay Home, Stay Safe” directive (Executive Order 2020-21 (COVID-19)) the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) has suspended the ability to scan paper claims received by U.S. postal mail. Providers can submit HIPAA 837P,837I or 837D electronic claims to CHAMPS through a billing agent, through a batch […]

Large Coalition of National Disability and Health Advocacy Organizations Endorse Guidance on Preventing Disability Discrimination in COVID-19 Treatment Rationing

Today, the Center for Public Representation, The Arc of the United States, Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law, Autistic Self Advocacy Network, Disability Rights Education & Defense Fund, and Professor Samuel Bagenstos released critical guidance to states and healthcare providers about how to avoid discriminating against people with disabilities if rationing access to COVID-19 treatment […]


Direct care workers in the State of Michigan cannot work remotely and they face significant exposure to COVID – 19 during their workday.  They typically have the least vacation and sick time of anyone in the essential workforce. As you look at the resources the State is directing to the current public health crisis, please […]

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