Examining Most Recent Medicaid Reform

NJ Adopts Managed Long-Term Services and Support

Good Care CollaborativeOn Thursday, August 27, 2015, the Good Care Collaborative and the New Jersey Health Care Quality Institute are hosting a roundtable discussion on Medicaid delivery system reform.

The roundtable will examine Managed Long-Term Services and Support (MLTSS), New Jersey’s most recent Medicaid reform, as a case study. New Jersey is one of many states adopting MLTSS as a strategy for expanding home- and community-based services, promoting community inclusion, ensuring quality, and increasing efficiency.

The round table will be moderated by Dave Knowlton, President & Founder of the New Jersey Health Care Quality Institute and will take place from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm in Trenton.

The Good Care Collaborative is a diverse, statewide coalition that advocates for high-quality care at lower cost for all Medicaid recipients in New Jersey. It works with the mission to create good care at lower cost for all New Jersey Medicaid recipients.

To RSVP for the roundtable discussion or for more information, email Shabnam Salih or call (856) 365-9510 ext. 2031.