Stellarware NASPO ValuePoint
Contract No. 99999-NVP-DCH0000120-0002
A copy of the Master Cooperative Agreement between Stellarware Corporation and Georgia's Department of Administrative Services for Third Party Liability Services.
Participating Addendum (PA) Template
This PA template is customizable and used as a vehicle to document specific and agreed upon terms and conditions with participating entities for contract inclusion.
An original, redacted version of Stellarware's response to the State of Georgia's RFP #41900-DCH0000120 for Third Party Liability Services is available to interested parties upon request.
Contract Information Guide
Summary document that outlines the most important elements of the Master Agreement, Participating Addendum, and our TPL Recovery offerings.
Stellarware & the Medicaid Recovery Network
Stellarware is currently operating the Medicaid Recovery Network (MRN) in the states of Rhode Island and Texas, once again utilizing the successful working relationship with the insurance industry. The MRN program is fully supported and endorsed by the insurance industry, and is the foundation for the Medicaid Model Act, adopted at the National Conference of Insurance Legislators (NCOIL) in 2014, and readopted by the Property & Casualty Insurance Committee and Executive Committee in September 2020. The ground-breaking MRN system helps states identify Medicaid recipients early in the claim lifecycle and quickly and effectively recover medical costs from personal injury and workers' compensation insurance claims, recouping funds that can go directly back into state budgets.
Third Party Liability Recovery Services
Lead State: Georgia
Master Agreement Reference No: 99999-NVP-DCH0000120-0002
Agreement Term: 02/01/2022-12/31/2031
Awarded Service Areas
Casualty & Tort Subrogation
The Casualty & Tort Subrogation program assists Medicaid in recovering Medicaid expenditures from verified third parties who are liable to pay for medical expenses incurred due to trauma or accident-related injuries. Through the MRN program, Stellarware electronically matches Medicaid recipients with liability and workers' compensation claims allowing us to easily identify quality claims early on the claims life cycle and recover medical costs at the time of settlement.
Estate Recovery is a program for which Medicaid members with qualified assets reimburse the taxpayers for long term care, and home and community-based services provided through Medicaid. Using a data match with Vital Records, nursing home information, city and town probate information which has been reported, questionnaires, information from the state MMIS system, applications, and other information, we will determine if the Medicaid recipient has an estate and proceed to notify the state so the appropriate estate claim or lien process can be followed.
A qualifying trust is an income trust whereby the State is the beneficiary of the balance on the account upon the member's death. An income trust is used when an individual has too much income to qualify for Medicaid but not enough to pay for nursing home care or other long-term care costs. Under the trust programs including Special Needs Trust (SNT), Miller Trusts, or Pooled Trusts, Stellarware can pursue the balance remaining in the qualified trust for the benefit of the state.
The State Treasury Achieving A Better Life Experience (STABLE) Program allows investment accounts for disabled individuals without impacting Medicaid eligibility. The individual will be able to withdraw and spend their money as needed. The STABLE account allows the individual to grow his/her money and save long-term for disability expenses. Stellarware will work with the state agency to establish recovery case files on STABLE/ABLE accounts including outreach, follow up, and collections to assert the state's right to recovery.
Under the Health Insurance Premium Payment (HIPP) program, the State pays the group health insurance premiums for Medicaid eligible individuals, if the insurance plans are determined to be cost effective. Stellarware will work side by side with the state to identify all program requirements including identification, outreach, and evaluation to maintain a successful and effective HIPP program on behalf of the state.
The Children's Health Insurance Program Re-Authorization Act (CHIPRA) offers opportunities for the State to provide premium assistance to children under age 19, who are eligible for Medicaid, and who have access to qualified employer-sponsored coverage. Stellarware will work in partnership with the state to administer a CHIPRA program to fit the state's needs.
NASPO ValuePoint Contact Details
NASPO Contract Administrator
600 Longwater Drive
Norwell, MA 02061
Other Stellarware & NASPO Resources
Stellarware Services Map
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Child Support Lien Network Service
The Child Support Lien Network (CSLN), hosted by the State of Rhode Island, is the nation's largest child support consortium and has collected an estimated $2 billion for families across the country since 1999.
Medicaid Recovery Network
The Medicaid Recovery Network (MRN) is a fully integrated, online solution customizable for state agencies to recover funds for Medicaid that should have been paid by insurance providers. Since 2013, MRN has issued over $80 million in liens.
New Hire Reporting Service
With a focus on its one-stop shop portal and tailored outreach campaigns to maximize compliance, our New Hire Reporting programs have realized substantial increases in reporting employers, with an overall average growth of 28%.
About NASPO ValuePoint
NASPO ValuePoint is the largest public purchasing cooperative, with approximately $12 billion in purchases in 2016. States leverage their spend through single solicitations that result in best value pricing and superior contract terms. NASPO ValuePoint follows a lead-state model and works with teams of veteran public procurement professionals, subject matter experts, and actual users to competitively solicit, evaluate, and award contracts in accordance with state procurement statutes.
NASPO ValuePoint (formerly known as WSCA-NASPO) is a cooperative purchasing program of all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and the territories of the United States. The program is facilitated by the NASPO Cooperative Purchasing Organization LLC, a nonprofit subsidiary of the National Association of State Procurement Officials (NASPO), doing business as NASPO ValuePoint.
NASPO is a nonprofit association dedicated to strengthening the procurement community through education, research, and communication. It is made up of the directors of the central purchasing offices in each of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and the territories of the United States. NASPO ValuePoint facilitates administration of the cooperative group contracting consortium of state chief procurement officials for the benefit of state departments, institutions, agencies, and political subdivisions and other eligible entities (i.e., colleges, school districts, counties, cities, some nonprofit organizations, etc.) for all states, the District of Columbia, and territories of the United States.
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