CMA publishes duals project FAQ

October 17, 2014

The 2012 California state budget authorized a three-year demonstration project that transitions dual eligibles into managed care and allows them to receive medical, behavioral, long-term supports and services and home-and-community-based services coordinated through a single health plan.

The Cal MediConnect project was approved in 8 counties: Alameda, Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, San Mateo, and Santa Clara. No more than 456,000 individuals will be allowed to enroll into Cal MediConnect. Los Angeles’ enrollment will be capped at 200,000.

To help physicians and their patients better understand the program, the California Medical Association (CMA) has published "Cal MediConnect Physician FAQ: What you need to know about keeping your patients and billing for the dual eligible population." The FAQ is available free to members in CMA's online resource library.

For more details on Cal MediConnect, visit www.calduals.org.


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