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Managed care & developmental disabilities

Dale Mitchell

Managed care & developmental disabilities

reconciling the realities of managed care with the individual needs of persons with disabilities

by Dale Mitchell

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Published by High Tide Press in Homewood, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Developmentally disabled -- Medical care -- United States.,
  • Disabled Persons.,
  • Managed Care Programs -- United States.,
  • Managed care plans (Medical care) -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDale Mitchell.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRA413.5.U6 M58 1999
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 231 p. :
    Number of Pages231
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21964877M
    ISBN 10189269607X
    OCLC/WorldCa43442923

    Home and community based services (HCBS) provide opportunities for Medicaid beneficiaries to receive services in their own home or community rather than institutions or other isolated settings. These programs serve a variety of targeted populations groups, such as people with intellectual or developmental disabilities, physical disabilities. NC Department of Health and Human Services Mail Service Center Raleigh, NC Customer Service Center: For COVID questions call

    MANAGED CARE and DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES: RECONCILING the REALITIES of MANAGED CARE WITH the INDIVIDUAL NEEDS of PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES, by Dale Mitchell. Creator. Rosenau, Nancy. Bibliographic Citation. Mental Retardation April; 39(2): Permanent Link Find in a Library. Among the major challenges of serving people with disabilities through a capitated managed care plan are (a) the establishment and maintenance of a robust provider network that is capable of addressing all of the diverse, wide-ranging treatment and support needs of enrollees with chronic disabilities (see discussion under Principle #8, Provider.

      This study addresses the questions of whether those persons with disabilities in managed care plans believe that managed care: (a) provides an adequate level of treatment of their disabling conditions, (b) results in prevention or successful treatment of secondary complications of their disabilities, and (c) adequately meets their primary health care needs.   Care Coordination Models Improve Quality of Care for Adults Aging With Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Show all authors. and those that have been successfully translated for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). care. CHIP delivered in managed care, revisions related to third party liability. Author: Sarah Ruiz, Katherine Giuriceo, Joe Caldwell, Lynne Page Snyder, Michelle Putnam.


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Managed Care for People with Developmental Disabilities: A Guidebook Gary Smith, NASDDDS and John Ashbaugh, HRSI () This guide book, published incontinues to provide the definitive explanation of managed care and a thorough analysis of issues as.

The conference, Beyond the Water's Edge: Charting the Course of Managed Care for People with Disabilities, is intended to draw together Managed care & developmental disabilities book present empirical research findings on the experience of people with significant disabilities in managed heath care, particularly how managed care plans affect access to care, service use, quality and cost.

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This report is intended to address the implications of managed health care and long-term supports for all subpopulations of Medicaid-eligible people with disabilities, including those with physical, developmental, behavioral, and sensory disabilities.

Treatment options, and along with them the medical care delivery system in this country, continue to be a complex national issue.

Mitchell explains in clear, jargon-free language the history of managed care, its present implications for people with developmental disabilities, and what the future will likely bring.

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This guide book, published incontinues to provide the definitive explanation of managed care and a thorough analysis of issues as managed care relates to. Iowa is one of 38 states that radically changed the way it runs Medicaid over the past few years.

The state moved aboutpeople on the government-run health program into care that is managed by for-profit insurance companies. The idea is that the private companies would save the state money, but it has been a rocky transition in Iowa, especially for people like Neal Siegel.

Managed care in the United States --History of the fee-for-service health care system --Transition to a managed health care system --Managed care's impact on health care --Managed care's future impact on health care --Government intervention in health care --Managed care in the developmental disabilities sector --Managed care in the disability.

INDEPENDENT CHOICES: A National Symposium on Consumer-Direction and Self-Determination for the Elderly and Persons with Disabilities Beyond the Water's Edge: Charting the Course of Managed Care for People with Disabilities--Conference Resource Book.

Executive Summary Pathway to the Future: How Workforce Development and Quality Jobs Can Promote Quality Care Conference. People with Developmental Disabilities and Managed Care Next week – Thursday, October 30thYou are invited to the next meeting of The Chicago Forum for Justice in Health Policy: a discussion centered on People with Developmental Disabilities and Managed Care.

This forum will explore whether or not managed care might be able to improve services Read more». Most of his care is habilitative — occupational therapy, day programs with other adults with developmental disabilities — and she isn’t sure how managed care will work in that system. The Keys To Managed Care - (added 12/21/00) guide that helps people with physical disabilities who are already in managed care plans learn how they can get the best healthcare possible.

Pprepared by the National Rehabilitation Hospital Center for Health & Disability Research, Paralyzed Veterans of America, and the Eastern Paralyzed Veterans. Managed care is another way for you to get your health care.

•In managed care, you will be able to find doctors who will provide you with routine, preventative, and specialty care. •Managed care coordinates care between your doctors and other health providers.

•If you are a clientof the NJ Division of Developmental Disabilities. Kindle Store Price: $ the developmental disabilities service system into a formal managed care system. The third issue relative to the managed care discussion is the integration of state plan Medicaid service and HCBS for individuals with developmental disabilities.

care services within the health care system overall, as well as within state Medicaid programs. Individuals with intellectual and other developmental disabilities (I/DD) often have multiple physical, behavioral, and long-term services and support (LTSS) needs.

Many advocates of integration suggest that the consolidation of these servicesFile Size: KB. Further growth in managed care is expected inwhen the Affordable Care Act expands Medicaid eligibility to many uninsured low-income adults, including those with disabilities.

The Local Management Entity-Managed Care Organization (LME-MCO) Performance Summary is a monthly report which gives an overview of the administrative functions of the LME-MCOs.

It includes self-report data from the LME-MCOs, and includes items such as the timeliness of answering calls, service authorization processing, claims processing, and complaint resolution. The rate of developmental disabilities for children ages 3 to 17 in the United States rose from % in to % inaccording to the CDC.

The prevalence of children who had been diagnosed with a developmental delay other than autism spectrum disorder or intellectual disability also increased from % to %.

Managed Care for Basic State Plan Health Care for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities. Managed care systems that deliver basic health care services have historically avoided individuals with disabilities and other high cost users because standard premiums rarely are sufficient to serve these individuals.Developmental disability is a diverse group of chronic conditions that are due to mental or physical impairments that arise before adulthood.

Developmental disabilities cause individuals living with them many difficulties in certain areas of life, especially in "language, mobility, learning, self-help, and independent living". Developmental disabilities can be detected early on and persist Specialty: Psychiatry.New York State is piloting a PACE program for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

This program is being funded through the Balance Incentive Program; PACE is a managed care product that integrates health and long term services and support to certain elderly individuals who are living in the community and are 55 years or older.