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Webinar on Changes Coming May 1st in Fair Hearing Rights for MLTC and Managed Care Members - Recording Available for Online Viewing
22 Apr, 2018
On May 1, 2018, New York State will implement massive changes in appeal rights for members of Medicaid managed care plans, including members of Managed Long Term Care plans. These changes in federal Medicaid regulations governing Medicaid managed care plans were made by the Obama Administration. ...
News from NYLAG Evelyn Frank Legal Resources Program - Library of Past Newsletters
10 Apr, 2018
The Evelyn Frank Legal Resources Program at NYLAG sends out periodic updates to interested people about developments in Medicaid in New York State affecting seniors and people with disabilities, with an emphasis on people who rely on Medicaid for long-term care services or for subsidies to help...
30,000 NYS Residents Age 65+ May Lose Medicaid If They Do Not Apply to Enroll in Medicare - 2,204 in NYC Who Lost Medicaid Restored Temporarily
14 Mar, 2018
March 14, 2018 UPDATE: After ​​​advocacy by Legal Services NYC, including a threat of litigation, the State DOH has agreed to restore Medicaid coverage to all 2,204 NYC Medicaid recipients who had coverage terminated on March 6th. They had all received notices that they must provide proof...
MLTC UPDATE 2018 - Prepare for May 1, 2018 Changes in Fair Hearing Appeal Rights
27 Feb, 2018
This is a running news article with updates on Managed Long Term Care in NYS. Please see archives for past articles: MLTC updates 2014 - 2016 MLTC Updates - 2012 - 2013 KEY CONTACTS State Dept. of Health Complaint Number for MLTC Problems - 1-866-712-7197 or e-mail...
2018-19 NYS Proposed Budget Would Abolish "Spousal Refusal," Cut "Spousal Impoverishment" and Change MLTC in Ways that May Hurt Consumers with High Needs
09 Feb, 2018
While we are grateful that the Governor recognizes the importance of the Medicaid program for New Yorkers, and has fought to maintain access to health care for New Yorkers under the Affordable Care Act and for DACA immigrants, the proposed New York State budget for 2018-19 includes some alarming...


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