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Maine Administrative Services Organization

Since 2007, KEPRO has been serving the Department of Health and Human Services to provide a Behavioral Health Utilization Management System for services currently purchased through the State’s Office of Maine Care Services and administered by the Office of Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services (SAMHS), Office of Child and Family Services (OCFS), and the Office of Aging and Disability Services (OADS).

KEPRO encourages respect, collaboration, and partnership among all entities serving the citizens of Maine. We believe that the best method to achieving input from Providers, Members and Families, Advocates, and other entities is to involve key representatives of each of these groups in every step of the process. KEPRO’s collaborative model will be an integrated one that welcomes inclusion by all interested stakeholders.

KEPRO has significant experience in developing innovative, collaborative models of utilization management, care management, Provider Relations and quality improvement that emphasize community partnership, training, technical assistance.

Our goal is to promote each member’s recovery, resiliency, and ability to live in the community of his or her choice. KEPRO strives to improve the quality of mental health and substance use services in Maine.

Attention Providers: 

04/23/2019 - ADULT TCM TRAINING PRESENTATION AVAILABLE ONLINE

To access the presentation that was reviewed during the recent Adult TCM training please click here.

04/12/2019 - MAINECARE SERVICES UPDATE - VERY IMPORTANT:

Attention Providers of Section 13 Targeted Case Management Services 

Effective May 13, 2019, the following services will require an authorization through KEPRO: 

Code

Modifier

Description

T1017

HF

Case Management services for adults with substance abuse disorders

T1017

 

Case Management services for adults with HIV

T1017

U5

Case Management services for members experiencing homelessness

Providers will be required to submit authorization requests into the KEPRO portal, Atrezzo. The initial request will be authorized for up to 30 days. The Continued Stay Review (CSR) submission cycle will be every 90 days thereafter. Each request will be reviewed for services that are considered to be duplicative or non-concurrent services, per the MaineCare Benefits Manual. 

Providers will be required to have a user account in the Atrezzo portal for submissions. Any provider who needs to be set up as a user, should contact KEPRO provider relations at ProviderRelationsME@kepro.com. A user set up agreement will be completed and training on the portal will be scheduled. 

Atrezzo Training Opportunities

Training will be held via conference call and webinar at the following times: 

When:  April 17, 2019, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Meeting Name:  Section 13 Adult TCM 2 

Invited By: Robert Noble (rnoble@kepro.com)

Conference Number(s):  717-230-1517

Participant Code: 813-6642 

To join the meeting:

http://kepro.adobeconnect.com/tcm2/ 

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When:  April 19, 2019, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Meeting Name:  Section 13 Adult TCM 3 

Invited By: Robert Noble (rnoble@kepro.com)

Conference Number(s):  717-230-1517

Participant Code: 813-6642 

To join the meeting:

http://kepro.adobeconnect.com/tcm3/ 

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When:  April 22, 2019, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Meeting Name:  Section 13 Adult TCM 3 

Invited By: Robert Noble (rnoble@kepro.com)

Conference Number(s):  717-230-1517

Participant Code: 813-6642 

To join the meeting:

http://kepro.adobeconnect.com/tcm3/ 

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