Duals Demonstration Project Proposal
The State of California has formally submitted to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) the revised Demonstration Proposal for
California’s Coordinated Care Initiative: State Demonstration to Integrate Care for Dual Eligible Individuals. This proposal is being published for a second 30-day public comment period at the
The Demonstration Proposal describes how California will structure, implement and monitor an integrated delivery system and payment model for dual eligible (Medicare and Medi-Cal) beneficiaries. The goals of the demonstration are to improve health outcomes, promote a more efficient health care system and allow more beneficiaries to stay in their homes and communities for as long as possible.
The Demonstration Proposal offers a vision for coordinated care models in California that provide seamless access to the full continuum of medical, social, long-term and behavioral supports and services that dual eligible beneficiaries need to maintain good health and a high quality of life. The proposal reflects rounds of input provided by a wide array of consumers and stakeholders during numerous conversations and public meetings over the past year.
Duals Demonstration Transition Plan
Proposal Submitted to CMS
The following three documents contain 271 pages of comments. The list posted below includes all the organizations that submitted comments according to their placement in the following three PDFs.
Initial four county fact sheets
Announcement letters to health plans
*All documents are in PDF format unless otherwise noted.