Implementation of the Home and Community Based Services Settings Rule
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Implementation of the Home and Community Based Services Settings Rule

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Date: June 20, 2014

Time: 02:00 PM Et - 03:30 PM ET

Type: Webinar

Sponsored by: NCOA and the Friday Morning Collaborative

Earlier this year, the U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released a final rule and guidance on the requirements of characteristics for settings in Medicaid Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) programs operated under sections 1915(c), 1915(i), and 1915(k) of the Act.

The rule requires every state to develop and submit to CMS an implementation plan within the year. This process provides multiple opportunities for consumer stakeholder input.

This webinar will provide information about the rule and provide tools and resources for state advocates to assist with implementation.

Speakers:

  • Ralph Lollar, Director, Division of Long Term Services and Supports, Disabled and Elderly Health Programs Group, CMS
  • Pat Nobbie, Program Specialist, Center for Disability and Aging Policy, Administration for  Community Living
  • Eric Carlson, Directing Attorney, National Senior Citizens Law Center
  • Rachel Patterson, Policy Analyst, Association of University Centers on Disabilities

This webinar is being hosted by the Friday Morning Collaborative, a coalition of national aging and disability organizations working together to advance home and community-based services and supports, with support from The SCAN Foundation. Support for this webinar is also provided by the Community Living Policy Center, with funding from the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (grant number H133B130034) and the Administration for Community Living.

Space is limited, so please register early and share lines when possible. Close captioning is available. The webinar will also be recorded and made available for viewing following the event.

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