CalAIM’s LTC carve-in can help MCPs transition patients out of institutions, according to experts
Soraya Marashi | May 27, 2022 | California
We've got some important updates in this week's newsletter, including several on-the-move bills and an overview of health funding in Gov. Newsom's May Revise budget proposal. We also have coverage of the steps California is taking to protect abortion rights in the wake of a likely Roe v. Wade overturn, and
Gov. Gavin Newsom’s long-awaited May Revision of his proposed budget for FY 22-23 was released on Friday, proposing a total of $227.6 billion ($67.4 billion General Fund (GF)) for all health and human services programs. This is a $10 billion increase from Newsom’s January proposal. The image below
In furtherance of its implementation of CalAIM Community Supports, Anthem is developing a data analytics engine to identify health disparities within its patient population, says Les Ybarra, President of Anthem's California Medicaid Plan. The plan is focused on partnering with local organizations to connect members to Community Supports services.
With the prospect of the US Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade, California leaders have been vocal about their determination to maintain the state’s status as a safe haven for individuals seeking abortion and other reproductive health care. The California Legislative Women’s Caucus released a 13-bill package in
Assembly Bill 133, signed into law in July 2021, requires the California Health and Human Services Agency (CalHHS) to develop a data exchange framework that includes a single statewide data sharing agreement that would begin in June 2024. However, a new series of reports published by the California Health Care
Senate Bill 958, also known as the Medication and Patient Safety Act of 2022, was placed on the Senate Suspense File earlier this month at its Senate Appropriations Committee hearing. The bill, sponsored by Sens. Monique Limon (D–Santa Barbara) and Anthony Portantino (D–La Canada Flintridge), would restrict health