Webinar — Opportunities for CalAIM to Support Community Living

The Intersection of the Institutional Long-Term Care Carve-In and Community Supports

Past Event
Thursday, May 19, 2022
Noon–1:00 PM (PT)

About This Event

Through CalAIM (California Advancing and Innovating Medi-Cal), a multiyear initiative to transform the Medi-Cal program, managed care plans have new opportunities to coordinate and deliver person-centered services to help older adults and people with disabilities remain in their own homes, participate in their communities, and live independently in the setting of their choice.

CHCF, in partnership with the Center for Health Care Strategies and ATI Advisory, has produced reports focused on two CalAIM reforms: the institutional long-term care carve-in and Community Supports.

The primary authors will jointly present key findings about opportunities for the state, Medi-Cal managed care plans, and advocates to ensure that Community Supports and the institutional long-term care carve-in are positioned to work together to enable more Medi-Cal enrollees to live well in the setting of their choice. Presenters will highlight past experiences of California and other states with these types of reforms.

Presenters

  • Carrie Graham, director of long-term services and supports, Center for Health Care Strategies
  • Brianna Ensslin Janoski, director, ATI Advisory