Dual Eligibles in Nursing Facilities and Other Long-Term Care Settings
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Subjectsdual eligibles and long-term care in Maryland
New Mexico Coordination of Long-Term Services (CoLTS)
This presentation, given by Cynthia H. Woodcock at the National Medicaid Congress pre-conference symposium entitled Managing Current and New Dual Eligibles on June 7, 2010, discussed system coordination issues for dual eligibles in Maryland long-term care settings from a fiscal and service perspective and presented the opportunity for a coordinated care program. It also described New Mexico’s Coordination of Long-Term Services (CoLTS) program, which Hilltop helped New Mexico develop, and discussed whether coordinated long-term care was more efficient.