This webinar was held on December 7, 2016
Health plans serving the market for Managed Long-Term Services and Supports (MLTSS) have a unique opportunity to strengthen their relationships with existing and new community-based organizational partners to fill important gaps in care for elderly and disabled members. During this webinar, HMA Principal Karen Brodsky will discuss how managed care organizations can assess their MLTSS-specific partnerships to better serve members and foster a comprehensive approach to meeting the long-term needs of some of the most vulnerable and high-cost members.
- Identify and address gaps in care by building a broad array of relationships and partnerships with community-based organizations.
- Maximize outreach efforts to ensure MLTSS members take advantage of available community-based services and options.
- Train employees across your health plan – including administrative and clinical staff – to recognize opportunities where members can benefit from community-based organizations.
- Develop an infrastructure to maintain a current roster of community-based organizations and the availability of various services to MLTSS members.
Karen Brodsky, Principal, New York
Liddy Garcia-Bunuel, Principal, Washington, DC
Who Should Attend
Executives of Medicaid managed care plans and organizations involved in Long-Term Services and Supports (LTSS); clinical and administrative leadership of community-based organizations, health systems, behavioral health providers, FQHCs, and other provider organizations serving LTSS programs; state and local Medicaid officials.