July Monthly Actions: Agency Took Licensure Action against 10 Providers, 12 Additional Providers Terminated from the Medicaid Program

Aug 12 • 553 Views • View Comments

Share Button


July Monthly Actions: Agency Took Licensure Action against 10 Providers, 12 Additional Providers Terminated from the Medicaid Program

Tallahassee, Fla.–The Agency for Health Care Administration (Agency) issued final orders to 10 providers for failure to meet licensure requirements during the month of July. The Agency issued seven final orders to deny a license renewal application, two to revoke an existing license, and one that resulted in the provider surrendering their license. Some of these providers were enrolled in the Medicaid program; however, the Agency has terminated or is in the process of terminating their participation in the program.

Twelve additional providers were issued a final order terminating them from participation in the Medicaid program in July. These terminations resulted from sanctions imposed for failing to reimburse Agency within the timeframes established by the Agency, termination from Medicare/Medicaid program, and licensure revocation. These providers also have been reported to the federal government for placement on the federal exclusion list, which prohibits them from participating in Medicaid and Medicare nationwide.

The chart below displays the Agency’s July licensure actions:

july 2014 monthly actions

Additional information about the actions and final orders can be found by querying the Public Records Search page at http://apps.ahca.myflorida.com/dm_web/(S(jtrnl5fukcfknvhds5vtad1s))/default.aspxEmergency orders, including moratoriums on admissions and suspensions, can also be found on the Public Records Search page by searching the name of the facility.

The Agency encourages consumers, advocates and anyone who may have a concern or observes a problem in any health care facility or with any provider regulated by the Agency to file a complaint by calling the Agency’s consumer complaint line at 1-888-419-3456 or by reporting online at http://ahca.myflorida.com/Contact/call_center.shtml.

Tips about suspected fraud can be reported by calling the Attorney General’s Fraud Hotline at 1-866-966-7226 or the Agency’s Consumer Call Center at 1-888-419-3456. Anyone can report fraud online by visiting the Agency’s Web site at https://apps.ahca.myflorida.com/InspectorGeneral/fraud_complaintform.aspx.

The Agency for Health Care Administration is committed to better health care for all Floridians. The Agency administers Florida’s Medicaid program, licenses and regulates more than 45,000 health care facilities and 34 health maintenance organizations, and publishes health care data and statistics at www.FloridaHealthFinder.gov.  Additional information about Agency initiatives is available via Facebook (AHCAFlorida)Twitter (@AHCA_FL) and YouTube (/AHCAFlorida)

AHCA Communication
(850) 412-3623


Leave a Comment