Provision Of Medical consultant.
The contractor will provide medical consultation services for the Reach Up program. The contractor will review Reach Up participants requests for deferments or modifications of their work requirement based on medical conditions, or caring for someone with a medical condition. The contractor will approve, modify or deny these requests.
The contractor will: Provide determinations for all Reach Up participants requesting deferments or modifications exceeding 60 days. Review individual cases within 5 business days from the date the consultant receives all the medical documentation for each individual case. In the event the case cannot be reviewed within 5 business days, the State will be notified in writing. Provide case specific, realistic and attainable recommendations around treatment or activities to increase participants highest level of functional capacity. Provide thorough, complete explanations, covering all allegations and impairments, citing pertinent findings that formed the basis of the assessment, addressing the credibility of statements concerning symptoms and functional limitations, and weighing medical source opinion statements and policies. Communicate routinely with the medical social worker and other Reach Up staff. Provide standard reports monthly that include: name of individual, last 4 digits of social security number, reason for deferment or modification, decision on deferment or modification, and recommendations given. Communicate quickly and efficiently via email. Contact medical professionals for further information and/or clarification of their reports. Testify at a fair hearing when requested. Perform the service delivery activities listed above on a regular weekly schedule acceptable to the Economic Services Division and modifiable with DCF approval. Interaction between the consultant and nurse/medical social worker is frequently required in the case assessment process; thus, services must generally be performed between 7:45 AM and 5:00 PM Monday through Friday. Physicians providing service under this contract must have a minimum of malpractice coverage of 1,000,000 per occurrence/3,000,000 aggregate. The physician is obligated to maintain evidence of this coverage, available for review, prior to any work being performed by any given individual.etc.
Instructions To Bidders :
The Proposal Packet: A Proposal Packet Is The Entire Package Of Information Sent By One Bidder In Response To One Or More Program Rfps Described In This Document. Each Bidder May Submit Only One Proposal Packet. Your Proposal Must Include: 1.5.1.rate Sheet: One Rate Sheet, Found In Appendix A, Indicating The Programs For Which You Are Submitting A Proposal And The Proposed Rates. 1.5.2. Letter Of Submittal: One Letter Of Submittal, Signed By A Person Authorized To Bind Your Organization To A Contract. Your Letter Must Inclu
Major organization : STATE OF VERMONT
Address : Osgood Building,
103 S Main St,
Waterbury, VT 05676
Country :United States
Email : Erin.Oalican@vermont.gov
Notice type : Tender Notice
Open date : 2016-01-21
Tender documents : T31059975.pdf
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