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Medicaid Managed Care Rules: Key Considerations for Aging Advocates

When: Tuesday, June 23 at 11:00 a.m. PT/2:00 p.m. ET

On May 27, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) released a proposed rule to update, for the first time in over ten years, the Medicaid managed care regulations.  The “massive,” “milestone,” “sweeping new regulations” are receiving a lot of attention in the health policy world.  But what do they mean for older adults?

Justice in Aging’s webinar, Medicaid Managed Care Rules: Key Considerations for Aging Advocates, will break down the key areas of importance for older adults and their advocates.

The webinar, and corresponding issue brief, explored eight key areas, focusing on what they mean for long-term services and supports and the older Medicaid beneficiaries:

  1. Long Term Services and Supports
  2. Enrollment and Disenrollment
  3. Appeals and Grievances
  4. Beneficiary Support System
  5. Network Adequacy
  6. Service Authorization and Care Continuity
  7. Quality Measurement and Improvement
  8. Rebalancing

Eric Carlson, Justice in Aging
Georgia Burke, Justice in Aging
Amber Cutler, Justice in Aging
Fay Gordon, Justice in Aging

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