Webinar: How to Ditch the Tedious Data Entry in Your Medicaid Program


Ditch Tedious Data Entry in School Medicaid
Ditch Tedious Data Entry in School Medicaid

How to Ditch the Tedious Data Entry in Your School Medicaid Program

Who is this webinar for:

Special Education Directors, Medicaid Coordinators, Medicaid District Leads

Data, Data, everywhere…but don’t know where to begin?

Did you know that 20% of school based Medicaid services don’t make it through documentation and claiming? The reason is simple: It’s too difficult to enter! We get it: data is not exciting or easy for many people, and it seems like every year, there’s more data that’s required to log!

Whether it’s through paper logging or third-party platforms, if you are managing a Medicaid program in your district, you know that data is crucial to optimizing and reporting on performance. But between tedious data entry and confusing spreadsheets, you may not know how to begin. Jumping through the hoops of multiple data entry points—and even between multiple systems—can be frustrating and cause an abundance of chair swiveling. 

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Why watch?

In this webinar, you’ll learn strategies like how to optimize your processes through syncing between systems. From logging to reporting, you will find out how to make sense of all the data going in and out of your district’s Medicaid systems. 

In this webinar, we will explore simple ways to integrate your IEP and student data and explore insights to uncover gaps, streamline processes, and save major time for your team!  

You will learn how to leverage data so that you don’t work for data—data works for you!  

In this webinar, you’ll join Medicaid experts to: 

  • Learn how to complete a Medicaid data assessment. 
  • Discover ways to reduce double data entry from multiple spreadsheets or paper logs.  
  • Explore 3 sample Medicaid reports that can help you drive your Medicaid program forward. 

About Relay: 

Relay allows K–12 school districts to simplify their special services documentation and Medicaid claiming to increase reimbursements while decreasing districts’ time and effort.