Five Reports Explore Promising Practices in Managed Long-Term Services & Supports

A map of the U.S. showing states with managed LTSS programs in blue and the other states in gray.

The latest in a series of Community Living Policy Center reports on promising practices in Managed Long-Term Services & Supports addresses institutional transition and diversion.  Topics of prior reports include network adequacy standards; contract provisions related to assessment, authorization, service planning, and case management; the use of capitation payments as incentives to promote LTSS rebalancing; and provisions related to promoting physical and programmatic accessibility.  The reports can be downloaded using the links below:

Contract Provisions Related to Transition and Diversion from Institutional Placement (Feb. 2019)

Assessing Network Provider Adequacy (Dec. 2018)

Assessment, Authorization, Service Planning, and Case Management in Managed LTSS Systems (Nov. 2017)

Using Capitation to Promote Home and Community-Based Services (Nov. 2017)

Promoting Physical and Programmatic Accessibility in Managed Long-Term Services and Supports Programs (July 2017)

Last modified Feb 13, 2019