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Exec: Medicaid managed LTC may be harder than you think

What if
What if "managing care" just means rearranging too few chairs on the deck of the Titanic?

Putting New York state residents who need nursing home care in managed long-term care (LTC) programs could cause new problems if the state fails to expand the supply of nursing home beds.

James Clyne Jr., president of LeadingAge New York, a trade group for nonprofit LTC providers, gave that warning at a recent New York State Legislature hearing on a move to impose mandatory care management on Medicaid enrollees who are getting LTC services.

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