TSF: How California Can Ensure Continuity of Care for Vulnerable Seniors Transitioning to Managed Care

Giving low-income older adults in California a voice in their own care is critical to making a seamless transition into Cal MediConnect, a new managed care program, according to a new policy note by the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research.

 

Read report here: http://www.thescanfoundation.org/how-california-can-ensure-continuity-care-vulnerable-seniors-transitioning-managed-care?utm_source=6-12-14+%28e-blast%29&utm_campaign=6-12-14&utm_medium=email

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