The past few days and weeks have laid bare the toxic racism and white supremacy that are woven into the fabric of America, every one “Black Lives Matter”
Every January, many Medicare beneficiaries change their Part D prescription drug coverage. Even those who don’t switch may find that their current plans have made changes in the drugs they cover or the utilization management restrictions they impose.
When: Tuesday, May 5, 2015 11 – 12 PM PDT State Medicaid programs increasingly are moving their long-term services and supports programs to managed care. “WEBINAR: Consumer Advocacy Issues in Managed Long-Term Services and Supports”
When: Wednesday, April 29, 2015 2:00-3:00 PM EDT Person-centered planning is now almost universally understood as a necessary component of an effective delivery system for “WEBINAR: How New CMS Person-Centered Care Planning Rules Apply to Medicaid Delivered LTSS”
The Problem: Can You Spot the Legal Violations in this Job Announcement? California’s assisted living policy is surprisingly behind-the-times. 30 years ago, the assisted living “How California’s Assisted Living System Falls Short in Addressing Residents’ Health Care Needs”
Dual Eligibles in a number of California counties who are currently enrolled in either Medicare Advantage Plans or certain Duals Special Needs Plans (D-SNPS) may “County Specific D-SNP Fact Sheets for Advocates”
January 2014 — An issue brief from the National Senior Citizens Law Center says that the Social Security Administration needs a uniform system in place “ISSUE BRIEF: SSA’s Failure to Process SSI Appeals Requests”
July 2013 — 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 “Advocate’s Guide on California’s Coordinated Care Initiative”