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Consumer Protection in MLTSS: Good (and Not -So-Good) Enrollment & Disenrollment Practices

March 19, 2014

This webinar (the second in a series based on the Advocate’s Library of Managed Long-Term Services and Supports Contract Provisions) will examine and discuss how states handle enrollment to and disenrollment from Medicaid managed care long-term services and supports (MLTSS) plans. 

Lessons learned in this webinar will help advocates work more effectively with their states to design new or improve existing MLTSS programs.

A wave of new MLTSS programs is sweeping the country and promises to impact the way care is delivered to millions of the nation’s poor seniors and people with disabilities.  Whether this impact is ultimately positive or negative will depend on the details of how these new systems are designed, implemented and held accountable. 

The webinar will help advocates navigate and make best use of the Advocate’s Library. 

Presenters:
Eric Carlson, Directing Attorney
Hannah Weinberger-Divack, Skadden Fellow

NSCLC thanks The Retirement Research Foundation, the Atlantic Philanthropies and the Skadden Fellowship Foundation for supporting this webinar and the development of the Advocate’s Library.

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