Information about Care Coordination Organizations and People First Care Coordination

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Jan 18, 2018 · 1 min read

As you know, Medicaid Service Coordination (MSC) is transitioning to Care Coordination Organizations/Health Homes (CCO/HH).

New York State’s Office of People with Developmental Disabilities has prepared an online resource center that provides information regarding People First Care Coordination and the creation of Care Coordination Organizations (CCOs).

Among the various resources available on OPWDD’s website are information videos about People First Care Coordination and a video about CCOs, which are also provided below.

Advance Care Alliance of New York (ACANY), the Care Coordination Organization/Health Home (CCO/HH) QSAC is affiliated with, has been initially designated as a Care Coordination Organization/Health Home (CCO/HH) by the New York State Department of Health and the Office of People with Developmental Disabilities. The transition of Medicaid Service Coordination (MSC) to Care Coordination is still planned for July 1, 2018 pending state and federal approval.

Be sure to follow QSAC’s website for additional information regarding CCOs and People First Care Coordination including announcements regarding future community forums. You can also receive regular updates from QSAC by signing-up for our monthly Parent Newsletter by emailing social@QSAC.com.

Video about People First Care Coordination

Video about Care Coordination Organizations (CCOs)

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QSAC’s blog provides updates regarding our programs and services for more than 2,400 children and adults with autism spectrand their families. The blog also provides information regarding issues of concern to the autism community as well as details regarding upcoming QSAC events.

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QSAC is a New York-based nonprofit that provides services for more than 2,400 children and adults with autism.

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QSAC’s blog provides updates regarding our programs and services for more than 2,400 children and adults with autism spectrand their families. The blog also provides information regarding issues of concern to the autism community as well as details regarding upcoming QSAC events.