Faulty Maryland payment system threatens mental health and addiction professionals, providers say

The group has five sites and 2,000 patients, and Seifert said she’s owed hundreds of thousand of dollars from Medicaid, making it difficult to meet rent and payroll. Seifert said the group had borrowed money to pay staff, assuming it would be reimbursed eventually for the work. When she has been paid, Seifert said, it’s often late.

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