[Webinar] Form 1012 review and PASRR requirement updates

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PASRR Technical Assistance Call with Texas Health and Human Services

Attention Texas SNFs: Register now for December’s PASRR Technical Assistance Call with Texas Health and Human Services (HHSC). Your experts will share important updates on Form 1012,  PASRR Level 1 Screening Form, and Nursing Facility PASRR responsibilities.

Get your questions answered and make sure you have the latest information for TX Medicaid success.

Session topics:

  • Form 1012 – Mental Illness/Dementia Resident Review
  • Discharging on the PASRR Level 1 (PL1) Screening Form
  • Nursing Facility PASRR Responsibilities

[Webinar] Form 1012 review and PASRR requirement updates

PASRR Technical Assistance Call with TX HHSC

THU, DEC 7 | 1:30PM CT

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About your experts

Utude Akposheri
Program Specialist - PASRR Policy and Specialized Services, Community Services

Utude Akposheri is a policy specialist with the HHSC PASRR unit in Community Services. Utude earned her bachelor’s degree in Health Science with a minor Business Management from the University of Texas at El Paso. Utude has been working in the IDD/BH field since 2007. Utude joined HHSC in 2022 to help develop policies to benefit all PASRR individuals. Currently, Utude helps to review suggested rule and policy changes for the PASRR program.

Bryan Campo
Program Specialist - PASRR Policy and Specialized Services, Community Services

Bryan Campo is a policy specialist with the HHSC PASRR unit in IDD/BH services.  Bryan has been working in the IDD/BH field since 2013.  Bryan has served in many roles over the years with the most recent being the Director of PASRR for Bluebonnet Trails Community Services (Local Authority).  Bryan has since joined HHSC in 2022 to help develop policies to benefit all PASRR individuals. Currently, Bryan helps to review suggested rule and policy changes for the PASRR program with a primary focus on the Behavioral Health side of PASRR.

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