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Medicaid Managed Care for People With HIV in New York City

Spring 2010

In August, 2010, the Department of Health will begin to expand mandatory managed care enrollment in NYC to Medicaid beneficiaries with HIV. People with HIV who are currently exempt based on their HIV infection will no longer be considered exempt from mandatory enrollment in Medicaid managed care. HIV-positive people with Medicare, ADAP, other Medicaid exemptions or exclusions, or private insurance will not be affected by this change.

For more info, visit the New York State DOH website: www.nyhealth.gov/health_care/managed_care

which includes a link to "Medicaid Managed Care for People with HIV and AIDS."

And the New York City DOHMH website: www.nyc.gov/health/managedcare

which Includes information for consumers and a link to "What Managed Care Plans Are Available in My Neighborhood?"



  
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This article was provided by ACRIA and GMHC. It is a part of the publication Achieve. Visit ACRIA's website and GMHC's website to find out more about their activities, publications and services.
 
See Also
Read More Articles in the Spring 2010 Issue of Achieve
More New York HIV Treatment Policy News

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