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How One National Organization Protects the Rights of California’s Most Vulnerable Citizens Grantee magazine says NSCLC is working hard to make sure dual eligibles understand all the moving parts of California’s Coordinated Care Initiative so they can make informed choices without disruption in health services.
Grant Specht, of Bet Tzedek Legal Services of Los Angeles, relies on NSCLC expertise.. Read More.
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Payer, state issues slow dual-eligible reform | Modern Healthcare http://t.co/JVSx2XmK0i via @modrnhealthcr(about 3 days ago)
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Tag Archives: Medicaid
In comments filed September 30, 2013, NSCLC urged the Office of Civil Rights (OCR) at the Department of Health and Human Services to increase its focus on language access needs of Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries enrolled in managed care.Comments on … Continue reading
On July 18, 2013, Massachusetts became the first state to sign a three-way contract for its dual eligible demonstration project. The Medicare-Medicaid Coordination Office in the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services published the three-way contract signed with the Commonwealth …
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 …
December 13, 2012 Statement for Capitol Hill Briefing “The Importance of Health Care Access Among Hispanic Older Adults” Fay Gordon, Staff Attorney Hello, thank you for inviting the National Senior Citizens Law Center to participate in this timely and important … Continue reading
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.
Integrating Medicare and Medicaid: What’s Happening Now, and What It Means for Assisted Living and Other LTSS
This webinar, sponsored by the Assisted Living Consumer Alliance, explains the dual eligible integration process, with a focus on how the new demonstrations will affect long-term services and supports (LTSS) and their significance to assisted living and other long term … Continue reading
CMS Releases Community First Choice Final Regulations; Seeks More Input on When Housing Is “Community-Base”
As it continues implementation of the Affordable Care Act, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has released final regulations for the Community First Choice option (CFC). CFC provides an incentive for state Medicaid programs to offer more extensive … Continue reading