Interagency Collaboration for Quality Care in Medicaid Managed Care for Low Income Mothers and Children

This paper reports on the experiences of two states, Colorado and Virginia, in their efforts to develop an interagency collaborative approach to the oversight of managed care entities generally, and Medicaid managed care entities in particular. The demonstration project was a year-long effort conducted by the National Academy for State Health Policy (NASHP), funded by the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, to see if by implementing an interagency approach among Medicaid, Health, and Insurance, a state could strenghten its approach to oversight of prepaid managed care organizations, particularly those serving Medicaid eligible low income women and children.

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