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Senate SSI Bill Introduced (3/7/2014) Senators Brown and Warren introduced the Supplemental Security Income Restoration Act of 2014 today. It would fix key elements of the program.
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SSI Bill Introduced in the Senate. @NSCLC1 thanks @elizabethforma and @SenSherrodBrown. Has fixes elderly poor need.http://t.co/1nI74f9rN3(about 1 day ago)
Has your state expanded spousal impoverishment protections? http://t.co/9zD1Jbx7Vq(about 2 days ago)
Joan Entmacher video on SSI at Senate Aging Hearing 3/5/14 http://t.co/MMaw5F3xb0(about 2 days ago)
Tag Archives: Dual Eligibles
Free Webinar – March 13, 2014 The state of California is moving forward with the Coordinated Care Initiative (CCI), including the federally-approved dual eligible demonstration known as Cal MediConnect. The CCI will start on April 1, 2014 in certain counties. … Continue reading
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 24, 2014 OAKLAND, CA – Six advocacy organizations, including the National Senior Citizens Law Center, “urgently requested” suspension of the state’s dual demonstration program – the Coordinated Care Initiative — in a February 21 letter addressed …
Released today, the Advocate’s Guide to California’s Coordinated Care Initiative helps advocates understand the Coordinated Care Initiative (CCI), a new state program changing the way dual eligible beneficiaries and other seniors and persons with disabilities get their health care in eight …
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 3, 2013 Contact: Scott L. Parkin 703-975-1769 (cell) OAKLAND, CA — In a joint letter to both the Medicare-Medicaid Coordination office at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and the California Department of Health Care …
In this report, NSCLC analyzes the specific impact of a new rule that means state Medicaid program are required to pay certain physicians at rates that are no lower than Medicare’s.
NSCLC summaries the Memorandum of Understanding between the state of Ohio and the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
A summary of the first Memorandum of Understanding for a dual eligible demonstration project with the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
CMS has finalized a rule that will pay Medicaid primary care physicians at the same rate as Medicare in 2013 and 2014, a move that is likely to improve access to care for individuals who receive both Medicare and Medicaid.
An impressive list of 103 organizations joined a sign-on letter that NSCLC and the National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare drafted that urges the Medicare Medicaid Coordinated Office at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid services to ensure … Continue reading
On October 24, the state of Washington signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to establish the first managed fee-for-service financial alignment model for Medicare-Medicaid enrollees (dual eligibles).