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California Healthline Advocates Want Duals Pilot Slowed. (6/23/2014) NSCLC has called on the state to slow down implementation of its demonstration program affecting nearly 460,000 Californians.
Tommy, 75, almost was evicted from his assisted living facility. Read More.
RT @PHInational: The U.S. nursing home population decreased by 20% between 2000 and 2010, the @uscensusbureau found: http://t.co/Z9WXPONPjn(about 18 hours ago)
RT @CHCFNews: 50 years of health spending in one animated chart http://t.co/89YH3e1dQt via @voxdotcom(about 18 hours ago)
@SrLivingWatch Good to hear!(about 1 day ago)
CMS Releases More Windsor Guidance on Medicaid assists same-sex couples and their advocates in understanding how marriage can either positively or negatively affect their ability to access Medicaid benefits. – July 3, 2014
Advocate’s Guide to California’s Coordinated Care Initiative (Version 3) provides the most current CCI enrollment timelines and up-to-date information since the September 2013 release of Version Two. – June 27, 2014
You’ve Got Mail: Designing Enrollment Notices for a Dual Eligible Demonstration Rollout provides an overview of the four key elements of the notice design process and includes a guide to the content states and the federal government require each notice and outreach document to include. – June 26, 2014
Just Like Home: An Advocate’s Guide for State Transitions Under the New Medicaid HCBS Rules provides analysis and recommendations for multiple aspects of the new regulations, including determining which settings are disqualified for HCBS, and enforcing consumer protections. – June 19, 2014
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