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Austin, TX 78704
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During the Texas Legislature’s 80th Regular Session in 2007, House Bill (HB) 2439 was signed by the Governor. HB 2439 amended Subchapter B, Chapter 533 of the Health and Safety Code to add a new section titled “Local Network Development Plan Creation and Approval.” This house bill, effective Sept. 1, 2007, requires that all Local Mental Health Authorities (LMHA) develop an implementation plan that assembles a network of services providers in which the LMHA, including Integral Care, may only serve as a provider of last resort.
Integral Care has been involved with this development for several years. Functions that support Integral Care’s managed services and managed care operations include: Hospital Continuity of Care, SPOE/Call Center, Utilization Management, Quality Management, Data Analysis, Credentialing, Claims Adjudication and Payment and Provider Relations, Provider Enrollment and Contract Monitoring.
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In addition to providing services reimbursed through local, city, county, state and federal funding sources, Integral Care is a network provider for several insurance carriers. Click here to see a list of accepted carriers.