Medicaid Compliance

Anonymous Medicaid Hotline


Ralph Brongo, Medicaid Compliance Officer


The District is committed to maintaining accuracy of every Medicaid claim it processes and submits.  Any false, inaccurate, or questionable claims should be reported immediately to the District's Medicaid Compliance Officer.


Employees must report non-compliance to their immediate supervisors, or to the District's Compliance Officer.  Supervisors are required to report these issues through established channels in Human Resources and/or directly to the District's Medicaid Compliance Officer located in the District Office, (315) 597-3401.  Calls may be made anonymously, although the District encourages employees to provide their name and telephone number so that reports may be more effectively investigated.


Every attempt will be made to preserve the confidentiality of reports of non-compliance.  All employees must understand, however, that circumstances may arise in which it is necessary or appropriate to disclose information.  In such cases, disclosures will be on a "need to know" basis only.


It is the policy of the district that no person shall retaliate, in any form, against a person who reports in good faith, an act or suspected act of non-compliance (although employees may be disciplined for making intentionally false reports of non-compliance. 


For more information, see Policy #6850, Medicaid Billing Compliance Program in BoardDocs.


For the most current Medicaid guidance, see the Preschool / School Supportive Health Services Program (SSHSP) Handbook.


Anonymous Medicaid Hotline


Ralph Brongo, Medicaid Compliance Officer315-597-3401


Related Files


  • Medicaid SSHSP Handbook 
    The Preschool/School Supportive Health Services Program, Handbook #7 was developed by the NYS Department of Health in conjunction with the NYS Department of Education. This handbook should replace any guidebook you are currently using. Handbook #7 is effective September 1, 2009.