California Healthline: Rural Frail, Elderly Beneficiaries Being Shifted to Medicaid Managed Care Plans

by David Gorn This week, state health officials launched a new phase in the rural expansion of Medi-Cal managed care, moving about 24,000 medically complicated seniors and the disabled into managed care plans. Coincidentally, the annual conference of the California State Rural Health Association convenes on Wednesday in Sacramento. The transition of seniors and persons … Continue reading

CHCF: Monitoring Performance: A Dashboard of Medi-Cal Managed Care

Benjamin Norman for The New York Times Patients at the Peekskill center, which may or may not get to keep a $4.5 million federal grant.

This first publicly reported dashboard of Medi-Cal managed care shows areas of strength and opportunities for improvement. Six million Californians receive health care through the Medi-Cal managed care program. Over the past three years, the program has expanded to reach new populations, provide more services, and operate statewide. The program will expand further as those newly … Continue reading

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