On July 1, 2015, HMA Information Services hosted the webinar, “Managed Long-Term Services and Supports: Understanding the Impact of the New Medicaid Managed Care Regulations.”
As part of the newly proposed Medicaid managed care regulations, CMS is seeking to codify the way in which state and federal regulators oversee MLTSS programs. It’s no surprise CMS is taking action, given the dramatic growth of MLTSS. But the proposed rules mean states, health plans, and providers will have to shoulder a wide variety of new compliance requirements in areas such as network adequacy, patient-centered planning, care coordination and quality measurement.
During this webinar, HMA Senior Consultant Lisa Shugarman and Managing Principal Susan Tucker outlined the proposed MLTSS rules and discussed the implications for states, health plans, and providers serving the long-term care market. Listen to the recording and:
- Understand the framework for MLTSS as codified in the proposed rule.
- Learn about CMS’ proposed definition of long-term services and supports.
- Assess changes to network adequacy standards as well as person-centered planning and care coordination standards for MLTSS.
- Gain insight into CMS’ quality focus for MLTSS.
The slide deck for this webinar can be retrieved by clicking the “DOWNLOAD” button below.