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1 Children’s MRT Behavioral Health Subcommittee March 24, :00 – 11:00 AM

2  Welcome & Roll Call (Donna Bradbury)  Review of Proposed Model & Service/Acuity Tiers (Angela Keller)  Goals of Transformation (Angela Keller)  Other Design Activities (Linda Kelly)  Proposed New State Plan Services (Steve Hanson)  Proposed New 1915i-like Services (Mimi Weber)  Request (Angela Keller)

3 Proposed 2016 Children’s Medicaid Managed Care Model For all children 0-20 years old Required to have MOUs and/or working relationships Mainstream Medicaid Managed Care Organization: Benefit Package* All Health & Pharmacy Expande d Benefits Behavioral Health State Plan Services Potential Children’s 1915i – like Services Children’ s 1915c HCBS Waivers (OMH and OCFS B2H) Service Provider Network *MCOs may opt to contract with other entities (e.g., BHOs) to manage behavioral health benefits Care Management for All Care Management will be provided by a range of models that are consistent with a child’s needs (e.g., Managed Care Plans, Patient Centered Medical Homes and Health Homes (HH). Health Homes will serve children with the highest level of need.) Required to contract Pediatric Health Care Providers Community Based Providers (e.g., family support/peer services) Pediatric Specialty Health Care Providers Children’s Behavioral Health Providers Foster Care Providers School Districts, CSEs & EI Community Services & Support s (non- Medicaid) Regional Planning Consortiums Local Governmen t (LDSS, LGU, SPOA, Probation) Juvenile Justice/ Criminal Justice System


5  More children receive screening and services earlier (including prevention and mental health promotion)  Provide a step down set of services for children discharged from Residential, Waiver or Inpatient  Provide a richer array of services to prevent escalation into high level services  Infusion of System of Care values into the design – family driven, strengths based, individualized and system focused  Having better coordinated care, within and across systems.

6  Review of EPSDT benefits & early behavioral health screening data in PCPs with DOH  Continued exploration of overlay of High Fidelity Wraparound within managed care and health home designs for high need children with multi- system involvement  Development of State credentialing process for evidence-based practices  OASAS consideration of rehab option for youth SUD services  The State workgroup will move on to eligibility criteria at the conclusion of benefit package development

7  Mobile Crisis Intervention  Community Psychiatric Supports & Treatment  Other Licensed Practitioner

8  (Care Coordination)  Skill Building  Family and Caregiver Support Services  Youth Support and Training  Crisis and Planned Respite  Prevocational Services  Supported Employment Services  (Education Support Services)  Residential Supports  Non-Medical Transportation

9  Full proposed list and definitions to come out by and listserv today, along with a copy of these Power Point slides.  Please return any written comments within two weeks (Monday, April 7) to Angela Keller at

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