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Dmc-Ods Intergovernmental Agreement

With support from the Blue Shield of California Foundation, CIBHS DMC-ODS WAIVER FORUM is creating a collaborative think tank to help health and addiction disorders in the planning and implementation of the Delivery Drug Medi-Cal system. In collaboration with the CBHDA SAPT Committee, the first FORUM was held in September 2016 on the transition from the current administration of alcohol and drug services in the county to a specialized organization specializing in assisted care. In 2010, the Directorate of Public and Private Mental Health and Addiction Services successfully committed to including mental health and addiction services among the top ten benefits of the PPACA Law on Patient Protection and Affordable Access to Care. In 2014, the California Department of Health Services requested a 1115 Medicaid Waiver to launch a medical drug delivery system in California. This demonstration project is an earlier step in major changes in the health sector, including The California Medi-Cal 2020. With support from the Blue Shield of California Foundation, CIBHS DMC-ODS WAIVER FORUM is creating a collaborative think tank to help health and addiction disorders in the planning and implementation of the Delivery Drug Medi-Cal system. In collaboration with the California Behavioral Health Directors Association (CBHDA) Substancee, Prevention, and Treatment and Treatment (SAPT) Committee, the second FORUM was organized in December 2016 to explore successful partnerships with management care plans. Lack of access to physical and behavioural health services is a major challenge for individuals serving the public safety net. With the extension of eligibility to La Medi-Cal, they have access to health care for the first time; However, the treatment of substance use disorders remains an aberration and requires planned coordination.

We now need to build ramps and bridges between providers so that they have access to coordinated care. CIBHS Blog and discussion forum for the drug medi-Cal Organized Delivery System (DMC-ODS) Waiver Planning and Implementation Questions for Counties. When a county agrees to participate in the DMC-ODS, it does so as the Managed Care Organization, known as the Prepaid Inpatient Hospital Plan (PIHP). Der Landkreis als solcher verpflichtet sich, alle Bedingungen und Anforderungen des vom Bund verwalteten Pflegeplans zu erf-llen, einschlie-lich sehr definierter Standards und Anforderungen in Bezug auf den Schutz der Beg-nstigten. Under the administration of Prevention and Treatment Services Abuse Prevention and Treatment Services, the SUD Deployment System prioritizes standards for fair waiting lists and a wide variety of access to the service. These standards and practices are evolving and will evolve within the framework of the DMC-ODS in an environment of service rights, beneficiary rights and coordination of care.

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