MLTC and Medicaid Redesign
MLTC and Medicaid RedesignNew HCBS 30-Month Lookback Policy Sent to CMS for Approval
Comments to CMS on the policy change are due May 9th.
- April 13, 2021
MLTC and Medicaid RedesignTelehealth Survey Closes Dec. 15th
DOH seeking input from providers on telehealth use during COVID-19.
- December 14, 2020
MLTC and Medicaid RedesignState Seeks Feedback on Telehealth Use
Providers encouraged to complete state survey.
- December 7, 2020
MLTC and Medicaid RedesignDOL Issues Notice of Pay Rate Form for Home Care
Notice must be provided to home care workers covered under the state Wage Parity Law upon hire and before a change in pay rate and is required effective Oct. 1st.
- October 6, 2020
MLTC and Medicaid RedesignDOH Issues Regulations on Medicaid Transportation Broker Changes
The proposed regulations are one element of the implementation of the elimination of transportation from the MLTC benefit package. While the regulations take effect on Oct. 1st, the benefit carve-out is effective April 1, 2021.
- September 29, 2020
MLTC and Medicaid Redesign2020-21 Budget Implementation Measures On Deck Regarding Home Care
Department moving ahead on changes to HCBS lookback, independent assessment for personal care and CDPAS, wage parity, and more.
- July 21, 2020
MLTC and Medicaid RedesignOverview Provided on 2020-21 State Budget Wage Parity Amendments
Changes apply to CHHAs, LHCSAs, LTHHCPs, FIs, and managed care plans.
- June 23, 2020
MLTC and Medicaid RedesignDOH Updates and Enhances MLTC Directory
Online plan directory now includes links to member handbooks, provider directories, and other information.
- February 25, 2019
MLTC and Medicaid RedesignIndependence Care System to Cease Operations
Transition details and future plans announced.
- January 15, 2019
MLTC and Medicaid RedesignContinuity of Care Exception to Licensed Home Care Services Agency Cap Expanded
In a "Dear Administrator Letter," the Department of Health announced that managed long term care (MLTC) plan contracts with LHCSAs that are intended to continue care for new enrollees, who transfer from a plan that has closed, merged with another plan, or narrowed its service area, are not counted in determining compliance with the MLTC LHCSA network cap.
- December 17, 2018
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