January 2020 events

Los Angeles County

  • 1/2 – Resource table for beneficiaries at Koreatown Senior & Community Center in Los Angeles
  • 1/11 – Resource table for beneficiaries, caregivers, and providers at a Lunar New Year resource fair in Rosemead
  • 1/15 – Presentation for advocates, beneficiaries, and caregivers at the Los Angeles County Commission on Disability meeting in Los Angeles
  • 1/16 – Outreach to advocates and other health professionals during the Hawthorne-Lennox Health neighborhood meeting in Hawthorne
  • 1/17 – Resource table for beneficiaries, advocates, and other professionals at Pasadena Senior Center in Pasadena
  • 1/22 – Outreach to advocates and other stakeholders at the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health’s South Bay regional network meeting in Hawthorne
  • 1/23 – Resource table for beneficiaries at Koreatown Senior Center’s Lunar New Year celebration in Los Angeles
  • 1/24 – Resource table for beneficairies at the Long Beach Senior Center in Long Beach
  • 1/27 – Outreach to advocates and other professionals at the North East San Fernando Valley Health neighborhood meeting in Pacoima
  • 1/30 – Resource table for beneficiaries at an education and wellness fair in El Monte
  • 1/30 – Outreach to advocates and other professionals at the Fostering Connections and Community: 2020 Health Neighborhood Summit in Los Angeles
  • 1/31 – Resource table for beneficiaries, advocates, and other professionals at the Korean Elder Pastors Association gathering in Los Angeles

Orange County

  • 1/25 – Resource table and presentation for beneficiaries and advocates during a CalOptima member retention event in Garden Grove

Riverside County

  • 1/14 – Outreach to advocates and other professionals at the Healthy Jurupa Valley meeting in Jurupa Valley
  • 1/28 – Presentation for beneficiaries at Moreno Valley Senior Center in Moreno Valley
  • 1/29 – Resource table for beneficiaries at an education and wellness fair in Riverside

San Bernardino County

  • 1/9 – Outreach to advocates and other professionals during the High Desert Partner Network meeting in Victorville
  • 1/13 – Resource table for beneficiaries and caregivers at the San Bernardino County Department of Child Support Services Office in Loma Linda
  • 1/16 – Outreach to advocates and other professionals during the Fontana CAP monthly networking meeting in Fontana
  • 1/21 – Outreach to advocates and other professionals at the Inland Empire Disabilities Collaborative meeting in San Bernardino
  • 1/25 – Resource table for beneficairies and caregivers during the Chino Hills Health and Wellness Fair in Chino Hills

San Diego County

  • 1/13 – Outreach to advocates and other professionals at the Aging and Independence Council meeting in San Diego
  • 1/15 – Outreach to advocates and other professionals at Bridging the Gap Networking event in San Diego
  • 1/18 – Resource table for beneficiaries and advocates at CARE Center’s Resource Fair in San Diego.
  • 1/21 – Outreach to advocates and other professionals at an El Cajon Collaborative community health meeting in El Cajon
  • 1/30 – Outreach to advocates and other professionals at a Caregiver Coalition monthly meeting in San Diego

Santa Clara County

  • 1/29 – Presentation for beneficairies at the Los Gatos Adult Recreation Center in Los Gatos
  • 1/29 – Presentation for beneficaires at the Senior Nutrition Program at the Los Gatos Adult Recreation Center in Los Gatos
  • 1/20 – Resource table for beneficiaries, advocates, and other professionals at the 40th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Luncheon in San Jose
  1. John McNeil

    hello, can you tell me if Cal MediConnect will be a program in 2021 or is the plan to end CalMediConnect and blend it into CAL AIM? If so, what is the time frame?

    • Admin

      Hello,

      Thank you for your inquiry. Cal MediConnect (CMC) has been extended until December 31, 2022, and then will transition to Dual Eligible Special Needs Plans (D-SNPs) and aligned Medi-Cal managed care plans to continue to provide coordinated care to beneficiaries. For more information about the extension please see our blog from last Spring.

      As put forward by the Governor’s May Revision budget, CalAIM will not be implemented in 2021. However, the Department of Health Care Services continues to plan to expand access to integrated care for Medi-Cal members and specifically Dual Eligibles as described above.

      Additionally, we recommend reviewing the state’s proposal to transition CMC and the Coordinated Care Initiative to a statewide Managed Long-Term Services and Supports (MLTSS) and D-SNP structure. Please let us know if you have additional questions.

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