What New Managed Care Regulations Will Mean For Frail Elders

Federal regulations are finally catching up with a decade of seismic change in the delivery of Medicaid services. More than 650 pages of proposed new rules are aimed at overseeing managed care, which has become the standard health care delivery system for low-income adults and children, and is now being expanded to include both medical care and long-term supports and [...]

By |2015-05-29T12:28:47-04:00May 29th, 2015|Care Coordination, Medicaid|0 Comments

Better Coordinating Long-Term Care and Medical Treatment

The most important trend in care for the frail elderly and younger people with disabilities may be what’s called managed long-term supports and services, or MLTSS. This effort to combine medical care with long-term care would replace today’s disorganized, ineffective, and even dangerous system with one that can bring together complex care that’s being delivered by many different providers. Done [...]

By |2014-02-27T07:41:27-05:00February 27th, 2014|Aging, Care Coordination, Medicaid, Medicare|2 Comments