What the Medicaid website is saying makes sense to me. If they are paying an all-inclusive rate, then they don't need any other code. Everything else would be on the cost report. But are the commercial insurances denying the T1015 and what would you need to post before that code?
Letting all codes crossover from Medicare to Medicaid could be because of the cost report. Aren't those only done for CMS? I guarantee that's where your answer lies.
I bill all-inclusive in KY and I know it can be cantankerous.
Best of luck
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