Survey on Medicaid managed care programs

The Minnesota Department of Human Services (DHS) has developed managed care programs uniquely tailored to adults with disabilities (ages 18 - 64) and older adults (age 65 and over). These programs are Minnesota Senior Health Options (MSHO), Minnesota Senior Care+ (MSC+) and Special Needs BasicCare (SNBC).

DHS is gathering input from stakeholders (members, advocates and providers) in order to improve MSHO, MSC+ and SNBC. You are invited to complete a survey about your experience with these programs. Listed below are three different survey links based on if you are a member, advocate, or provider.

Please complete this survey by Wednesday, June 30.

Thank you in advance for any information you choose to provide DHS about your experience with these programs. Please share this information with others who might want to take a survey.

As a reminder here is some information about MSHO, MSC+ and SNBC.

MSHO is a voluntary statewide managed care program for people age 65 and over on Medicaid who have Medicare Part A and B and who wish to have the same health plan manage their Medicare and Medicaid benefits, including pharmacy. Over 41,100 people are currently enrolled in the program.

MSC+ is a mandatory statewide managed care program for people age 65 and over on Medicaid. Over 20,000 people are currently enrolled in the program.

SNBC is a voluntary statewide managed care program for people with disabilities age 18-64. Over 54,500 people are currently enrolled in the program.

SNBC Integrated is a voluntary managed care program for adults with disabilities on Medicaid who have Medicare Part A and B and who wish to have the same health plan manage their Medicare and Medicaid benefits, including pharmacy. Over 7,800 people are currently enrolled in the program.

Questions about the survey? Email DHS.SNP.Stakeholders@state.mn.us.

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