As Congress considers how best to expand the availability of Medicaid home and community-based services, BPC is working on next steps to streamline and simplify Medicaid HCBS. The patchwork of waivers and state plan amendments that states use to deliver these services creates an enormously complex system for states to manage and beneficiaries to navigate.
Please join BPC on Tuesday, October 26th for a virtual discussion of current recommendations to streamline and simplify HCBS authorities for states and beneficiaries.
Opening remarks by:
Senior Vice President, BPC
Health Care Manager, Arnold Ventures
Director of Health Policy, BPC
Panel discussion with:
Policy Director at the Community Living Policy Center, University of California San Francisco; Consultant, BPC
Director of the Home and Community Services Division, Aging and Long Term Support Administration, Washington State Department of Social and Health Services
Fellow, BPC; Advisor, Baker Donelson
Additional participants to be announced