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In the newsletter you will find NAMD response to HCBS RFI and CMS final rules on managed ae pass-through payments, SUD, home health agencies, and 340B drug discount program. Other issues covered are prescription drug access, family planning, MPEC, State Access Monitoring Review Plans, opioids, MACPAC CHIP recommendations, Kaiser survey of Medicaid Eligibility and Enrollment.

  Update January 18, 2017 From the NAMD Desk   NAMD Responds to HCBS RFI On January 9, NAMD submitted a response to a CMS Request for Information (RFI) on the future of Medicaid home and community-based services (HCBS). In the RFI, NAMD calls for CMS to reassess the federal-state...

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Happy New Year! NAMD announces their new leadership. Also in the newsletter you will see comments on managed care pass-through payments; Community First Choice; PACE; eight states to participate in CCBHC demo; and a State Network Issue Brief on Per Capital Caps proposal.

Update January 4, 2017 From the NAMD Desk   NAMD Rings in the New Year! Welcome to the first NAMD newsletter of 2017! January marks the official start of the terms of service for NAMD’s new President, Vice President, and Board. These leaders will guide NAMD’s priorities and work over...

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In the last newsletter for 2016, we release our 5th Annual Operations Survey Report and release resources for federal policymakers for the new administration. NAMD also sent letters on MACRA and recommendations on managed care IMDs. Other areas we highlight are ACOs, CPC+, program integrity in personal care services, HCBS, CHIP, and Opioid Crisis.

Update December 20, 2016 From the NAMD Desk   NAMD Issues Statement on Transition, Releases Resources for Federal Policymakers On December 14, NAMD issued a press release on the Association’s efforts to bring the expertise of Medicaid Directors to the table to inform forthcoming federal policy debates around the Affordable...

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