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Program Overview MI Health LinkEligibility CriteriaBenefits of MI Health LinkCovered ServicesEnrollee ProtectionsWhat to ConsiderEnrollment and Beyond2

MI Health Link A new program that joins Medicare and Medicaidbenefits, rules and payments into one coordinateddelivery system New MI Health Link health plans and currentMichigan Pre-paid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs)receive payments to provide covered services3

MI Health Link Three-way contract between CMS, MDCH andIntegrated Care Organizations (ICOs) called MI HealthLink health plans MI Health Link health plans hold sub-contracts with PrePaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs) for Medicarebehavioral health services Operates under a capitated financial alignment model4

MI Health Link Three year program with services beginning inthe first regions no earlier than March 1, 2015 Provided in four regions in the state5

MI Health Link Regions Region 1 - Entire Upper Peninsula Region 4 - Southwest Michigan (Barry, Berrien,Branch, Calhoun, Cass, Kalamazoo, St. Joseph andVan Buren counties) Region 7 - Wayne County Region 9 - Macomb County6

MI Health Link RegionsRegion 1 – EntireUpper PeninsulaRegion 9 –Macomb CountyRegion 2 –Southwest MichiganRegion 7 – WayneCounty7

Region 1 – Upper PeninsulaMI Health Link health plan Upper Peninsula Health PlanPre-Paid Inpatient Health Plan NorthCare Network8

Region 4 – Southwest MichiganMI Health Link health plan options Aetna Better Health of MichiganMeridian Health PlanPre-Paid Inpatient Health Plan Southwest Michigan Behavioral Health9

Region 7 – Wayne CountyMI Health Link health plan options Aetna Better Health of MichiganAmeriHealthFidelis SecureCareHAP Midwest Health PlanMolina HealthcarePre-Paid Inpatient Health Plan Detroit-Wayne Mental Health Authority10

Region 9 - Macomb CountyMI Health Link health plan options Aetna Better Health of MichiganAmeriHealthFidelis SecureCareHAP Midwest Health PlanMolina HealthcarePre-Paid Inpatient Health Plan Macomb PIHP11

Eligibility Criteria12

Eligibility CriteriaPeople may be eligible for MI Health Link if they Live in one of the four regions Are age 21 or over Are eligible for full benefits under both Medicare andMedicaid, and Are not enrolled in hospiceAdults age 21 or over who are enrolled in the Children’s Special Health CareServices program are not eligible for MI Health Link13

Eligibility Criteria People enrolled in PACE and MI Choice are eligible, butmust leave their programs before joining MI Health Link People with a Medicaid deductible are not eligible for MIHealth Link People in a nursing home are eligible and must continueto pay their patient pay amount to the nursing home People with Medigap (Medicare supplemental insurance)can enroll in MI Health Link if they meet all other eligibilitycriteria14

Benefits of JoiningMI Health Link15

Benefits of MI Health Link No co-payments or deductibles for in-network services,including medications Nursing home patient pay amounts still apply One health plan to manage all Medicare and Medicaidcovered services One card to access all MI Health Link services People should keep their Medicare and Medicaid cards in the eventthey choose to leave MI Health Link16

Benefits of MI Health Link Person-centered care with a focus onsupports for community living, not justdoctor-driven medicine Access to a 24/7 Nurse Advice Line to answerquestions17

Benefits of MI Health LinkEach enrollee will have a Care Coordinator who will Work with the enrollee to create a personal care planbased on the enrollee’s goals Answer questions and make sure that health care issuesget the attention they deserve Connect the enrollee to supports and services neededto be healthy and live where the enrollee wants18

Care Coordination ExampleBerthaAge: 88 years oldLives in: MarquetteOther information: Bertha and herhusband, George (92 years old), live intheir home of 60 years and wish to staythere.Health issue: Bertha wants to go to thedentist for a routine teeth cleaning butdoes not have transportation.19

Care Coordination ExampleBerthaIdentification of Need: Bertha’s Care coordinator callsBertha knowing she’s due for an appointment and learnsshe needs transportation to the appointment.Scheduling of Service: The care coordinator asks Berthawhen she’d like to have the appointment and schedules itfor her with a dentist in the network that the health planhas established.20

Care Coordination ExampleBerthaUnmet Need: The Care Coordinator arranges fortransportation which is paid for by Bertha’s health plan andshares the driver’s contact information with Bertha.Service Delivery: Bertha makes it to her appointment to gether teeth cleaned. She is not charged anything for thecleaning because she selected a dentist who is in the healthplan’s network.21

Care Coordination ExampleDanAge: 67 years oldLives in: Battle CreekOther information: Dan is residing in anursing facility because he is recoveringfrom an accident.Health issue: Dan would like to moveback home and live with his dog, Bronco,but his current health condition ispreventing him from doing so.22

Care Coordination ExampleDanDischarge Plan: Dan’s Care Coordinator works with Dan andthe nursing home staff to develop his discharge plan includingthe need for a wheelchair and other services in the community.Modifications: Following a home evaluation, Dan will need aramp in order to enter and exit his home with his wheelchair sothey arrange to have one installed prior to him returning home.Grab bars for the bathroom and a raised toilet seat areadditional home modifications arranged for Dan prior to himreturning home.23

Care Coordination ExampleDanService Delivery: Dan will need assistance with snowremoval, activities of daily living and cooking, so the CareCoordinator also arranges for chore services, personal careand home delivered meals. Dan selects his providers fromthose in the plan’s network.Quality of Life: Dan returns home to live independently witha few services, a new wheelchair and Bronco.24

Care Coordination ExampleMattyAge: 32 years oldLives in: WarrenOther information: Matty lives in an Adult FosterCare home and receives services through theHabilitation Supports Waiver. He has adevelopmental disability and a behavioral healthissue, which he manages by visiting his therapist.Health issue: Matty trusts his PIHP SupportsCoordinator to help him accomplish his goals.Matty is worried that he will lose his coordinatorby joining MI Health Link.25

Care Coordination ExampleMattyCoordination: Care Coordinator will work together with PIHPSupports Coordinator. Matty will be able to have both ofthem help him meet his needs, but Matty requests that thePIHP Supports Coordinator be his primary point of contact.Most importantly, Matty can remain on the HabilitationSupports Waiver and be enrolled in MI Health Link.Unmet Need: While working together with Matty, thecoordinators realize that he has a family history of diabetes.26

Care Coordination ExampleMattyService Delivery: Matty sees his new Primary Care Physicianwhich the Care Coordinator helped him pick. Matty willhave no co-payments for the check-up from an in-networkdoctor or any medications the doctor prescribes.Care Planning : The Coordinators arrange for check-ups andhelp him to develop a nutrition and exercise program tohelp Matty prevent diabetes. Matty enjoys swimming so hejoined a water aerobics class.27

Benefits of MI Health LinkEach enrollee may Change or select the Care Coordinator assigned tothem by the MI Health Link health plan Choose to have an existing supports coordinatoror case manager to serve as his or her primarypoint of contact In this situation, the Care Coordinator would workthrough this person to coordinate care and arrangesupports and services28

Benefits of MI Health LinkEach enrollee will have access to anIntegrated Care Team The team will include doctors, other providers,and anyone else the enrollee would like to haveon the team The team will work with the enrollee to identifygoals and preferences for care and services29

Covered Services30

Covered ServicesAll health care covered by Medicare and Medicaid Medications (without co-pays) Dental and vision services Equipment and medical supplies Physicians and specialists Emergency and urgent care including emergency care whenout of the demonstration region31

Covered ServicesAll health care covered by Medicare and Medicaid Hospital stays and surgeries Diagnostic testing and lab services Skilled nursing and rehabilitation services Home health services Transportation for medical emergencies and medicalappointments32

Covered ServicesLong Term Supports and Services (LTSS) Personal care Equipment to help with activities of daily living Chore services Home modifications Adult day program Private duty nursing33

Covered ServicesLong Term Supports and Services (LTSS) Preventive nursing services Respite Home delivered meals Community transition services Fiscal intermediary services Personal emergency response system Nursing home care34

Covered ServicesAdditional services offered by the health plan Health plans can offer services not covered byMedicare and Medicaid Health plans can enhance Medicare and Medicaidservices May cover supplies or services more often May cover a higher dollar amount when there is adollar limit on a service35

Covered ServicesBehavioral Health Services Provided to individuals who have a mental illness,intellectual/developmental disability and/or substanceuse disorder May be accessed by contacting the MI Health Linkhealth plan, PIHP or local Community Mental HealthService Provider (CMHSP)36

Covered ServicesBehavioral Health Services If currently receiving services through the CMHSP,services will not change or be interrupted Personal care services previously provided through theHome Help program are the responsibility of the MIHealth Link health plan37

Covered ServicesBehavioral health services are medically necessaryservices, including these examples Individual, group, and/or family therapyMedication reviewSupported employmentCommunity living supports (meal preparation, laundry, chores,food shopping) Substance use disorder services (assessment, treatmentplanning, stage-based interventions, referral and placement)38

Enrollee Protections39

Enrollee Protections MI Health Link follows the current grievance and appealprocesses for Medicare and Medicaid services Enrollees are offered appropriate appeal rights With a timely appeal request, Medicare and Medicaidservices will continue to be provided during the appeal The MI Health Link health plan and the PIHP will use thesame notice which will direct enrollees to the entity theyshould contact if they wish to appeal an action40

Enrollee Protections A MI Health Link Ombudsman program will beavailable to help resolve problems and answerquestions Health plans must offer a choice of providers andcare coordinators Health plans must honor the continuity of carerequirements per the three-way contract41

Continuity of CareThe health plan must Allow enrollees to continue to see currentdoctors and other providers during thetransition period Pay out-of-network doctors and other providersduring the transition period at no cost to theenrollee42

Continuity of CareThe health plan must Allow choice of personal care service providersincluding paying family members or friends toprovide the service if the provider meets thecriteria to enroll in the health plan’s network Work to bring enrollees’ current providers intothe health plan’s network Cover current prescriptions not on the plan’sdrug list43

Continuity of CareThe health plan must Honor current authorizations for services These can be reported to the health plan by theenrollee or provider Personal Care authorization information is providedto the health plan by MDCH44

Continuity of Care Enrollees in nursing homes at the time ofenrollment are not required to move to a nursinghome in the health plan’s network The MI Health Link health plan must enter intosingle-case agreements with out-of-networknursing homes for enrollees meeting the followingcriteria45

Continuity of CareCriteriaAn enrollee has the right to live in an out-of-network nursinghome for the life of the program if the enrollee Resides in the nursing home at the time of enrollment, or Residents in a bed not certified for both Medicare and Medicaid at thetime of enrollment (applies to in-network and out-of-network providers) Has a family member or spouse that resides in the nursing home, or Requires nursing home care and resides in a retirement communitythat includes a nursing home which is not in the health plan’s network46

Continuity of CareTimeframes Home Health and Personal Care Providers,Physician and PractitionersFor people receiving services from the PIHP SpecialtyServices and Supports Program or Habilitation SupportsWaiver, the health plan must maintain current providerand level of services at the time of enrollment for 180days47

Continuity of CareTimeframes Home Health and Personal Care Providers,Physician and PractitionersFor all other enrollees, the health plan must maintaincurrent provider and level of services at the time ofenrollment for 90 days48

Continuity of CareTimeframes Prescriptions The health plan must cover at least a temporary 30-day supply ofthe drug for at least 90 days if The enrollee is taking a drug that is not on the health plan’s drug list, or The health plan’s rules do not cover the amount ordered by theprescriber, or The drug requires prior approval by the health plan, or The enrollee is taking a drug that is part of a step therapy restriction The enrollee can ask the health plan to make an exception to covera drug that is not on the drug list49

Continuity of CareTimeframes Prescriptions in a Nursing Facility The health plan must refill prescriptions for enrollees in a nursingfacility for a minimum of 91 days The health plan must refill the drug multiple times during the first90 days of enrollment, as needed This gives the prescriber time to change the drugs to ones on thedrug list or ask for an exception50

Continuity of CareTimeframes Scheduled SurgeriesThe health plan must honor surgeries and the associated providerswhich were authorized within 180 days prior to enrollment DialysisThe health plan must maintain current level of service and sameprovider at the time of enrollment for 180 days51

Continuity of CareTimeframes Chemotherapy and RadiationTreatment initiated prior to enrollment must be authorized by theplan through the course of treatment with the specified provider Organ, Bone Marrow, and Hematopoietic Stem CellTransplantThe health plan must honor specified provider, prior authorizations,and plans of care52

Continuity of CareTimeframes Durable Medical EquipmentThe health plan must honor prior authorizations when the item hasnot been delivered and must review ongoing prior authorizations formedical necessity Dental and VisionThe health plan must honor prior authorization when an item hasnot been delivered53

Continuity of CareTimeframes MI Choice Home and Community Based Services(HCBS) Waiver servicesFor enrollees previously participating in the MI ChoiceHCBS waiver, the health plan must maintain theproviders and level of services at the time of enrollmentfor 90 daysApplicable only to the MI Choice services whichare also covered by the MI Health Link HCBS waiver54

What to consider when joiningMI Health Link55

What to Consider Do current doctors and other providersparticipate in the MI Health Link health plan? If not, would the provider consider joining the MIHealth Link plan? Are current medications covered by the MIHealth Link health plan? Each plan offers its own list of covered medications56

What to Consider – MI Choice Participants have to leave the MI Choice program to join MIHealth Link There are differences between the MI Choice and MI HealthLink home and community based wavier services For example, private duty nursing is limited to 16 hours/day in MI HealthLink and not all MI Choice services are available in MI Health Link If the person wants to return to MI Choice, he or she may haveto wait for an opening57

What to Consider – MI ChoiceWhen a MI Choice participant calls to enroll MDCH will take additional steps before enrollment todetermine if the person will be eligible for MI HealthLink HCBS waiver services MDCH will contact the person to explain options for thedifferent programs and any impact MI Health Linkenrollment could have on Medicaid eligibility before theperson makes a final enrollment decision58

What to Consider – MI ChoiceFor MI Choice participants living in an adult foster carehome or a home for aged This setting may not be approved under the new Home andCommunity Based Services rules applicable to the MI HealthLink HBCS waiver Participants should discuss this issue with their current MIChoice supports coordinator59

What to Consider - PACEPACE integrates Medicare and Medicaid services Services are primarily provided in the PACE Center Participants must use the PACE primary care physicians inthe PACE centers and other providers (such as hospitals)that are contracted with the PACE organization PACE provides social interaction in the PACE Center forparticipants60

What to Consider - PACE MI Health Link services are not centralized at a center likePACE and are primarily delivered at various provider officesor in the person’s home If enrolling in MI Health Link, people must use the MI HealthLink health plan provider network and not the PACE networkParticipants have to leave PACE to join MI Health LinkIf the person wants to return to PACE, he or she will have toreapply for PACE 61

What to Consider – Home Help MI Health Link enrollees can use the same personal careprovider they had in Home Help if the provider meets the MIHealth Link health plan criteria, including a backgroundcheck, to enroll as a network provider The personal care provider will need to contact the MI HeathLink health plan to enroll in the provider network to receivepayment for personal care services62

What to Consider – Home Help The MI Health Link health plan must provide the sameamount of services until a new assessment is performed Personal care services will be provided through the MIHealth Link health plans and not through the Home Helpprogram If a person disenrolls from MI Health Link, there could bea delay in receiving personal care services whilereapplying to the Home Help program63

What to ConsiderPeople and their dependents with employer or unionsponsored Medicare insurance plans who join MI HealthLink may not be able to return to those insurance plans The individual should check with his or her retiree benefitsmanagement system or human resources for more information People’s private employer or union sponsored insurance (astheir primary insurance) will not be impacted by enrollment inMI Health Link64

What to ConsiderMost people eligible for both Medicare and Medicaidwho are enrolled in a Medicaid managed care planand opt-out of MI Health Link will receive Medicaidservices through original Medicaid and not aMedicaid Managed Care plan. Services will no longer be coordinated or arrangedthrough a health plan.65

What to Consider – HabilitationSupports Waiver Habilitation Supports Waiver (Hab waiver) participantsdo not have to leave the Hab waiver to enroll in MIHealth Link Medicaid behavioral health services will not be affectedby enrolling in MI Health Link66

What to Consider – HabilitationSupports Waiver For people enrolled in the Hab waiver, the settings wherepeople live and/or receive services do not have to be incompliance with the HCBS Final Rule waiver settingrequirements until September 30, 2018. Hab waiver participants receiving personal care servicesthrough Home Help will receive this service from the MIHealth Link health plan and not through the Home Helpprogram67

Enrollment and Beyond68

Enrollment PeriodsUP and Southwest Michigan Opt-in enrollment People can enroll no earlier than February 1, 2015 Services start no earlier than March 1, 2015 Passive enrollment of eligible people if they do notopt-out People will receive notices 60 days and 30 days beforethey are passively enrolled Services start no earlier than May 1, 201569

Enrollment PeriodsWayne and Macomb counties Opt-in enrollment People can enroll no earlier than April 1, 2015 Services start no earlier than May 1, 2015 Passive enrollment of eligible people if they do notopt-out People will receive notices 60 days and 30 days beforethey are passively enrolled Services start no earlier than July 1, 201570

EnrollmentPeople eligible for MI Health Link will receive aletter explaining How to enroll in a MI Health Link health plan Michigan ENROLLS manages MI Health Link enrollment functions Whom to contact for help, including the MichiganMedicare/Medicaid Assistance Program (MMAP) How to opt-out if they do not want to be part of MIHealth Link71

Enrollment People may change plans or opt-out at any time Changes are effective on the first day of the month If people opt-out, the state can not automaticallyenroll them into a MI Health Link health plan These people are still eligible to enroll if they wish72

EnrollmentSelecting A Plan In regions in which there is more than one plan, peoplemay compare drug formularies, extra services the planoffers, and other information to choose the best plan forthem MMAP counselors and Michigan ENROLLS staff will beable to help people understand the differences betweenplans73

EnrollmentMichigan ENROLLS must ensure that enrollment decisionsare only made by the individual or an authorizedrepresentative of the individual. The Department of Human Services records informationon responsible parties in its system. This informationauthorizes family or others to assist with the Medicaidapplication process. Michigan ENROLLS may not use this authorization to assistwith enrollment options for MI Health Link.74

Enrollment When calling Michigan ENROLLS, the customer servicerepresentative will ask the caller questions to verify his or heridentity The beneficiary may give permission on the phone for thecustomer service representative to speak to another personwho is also on the phone. This authorization is valid for that dayonly. If this authorized person calls back later in the day, MichiganENROLLS will ask the caller to verify the beneficiary’s informationas well as the caller’s information to be able to assist withenrollment options.75

Enrollment – Guardian or DPOA If the person calling is the beneficiary's legal representativethrough a court appointed guardianship or activated durablepower of attorney (DPOA) for health care, Michigan ENROLLS willneed to verify this in its system. If this cannot be verified in the system, the letter of guardianship or DPOAwith two physician letters confirming incapacity, can be submitted to MDCH. MDCH will process this information, send a letter of confirmation to theguardian or DPOA, and transmit this information to Michigan ENROLLS. The guardian or DPOA can then contact Michigan ENROLLS to discussenrollment options for the beneficiary.76

Enrollment If the person calling does not have legal authority and the beneficiarycannot give verbal authorization on the phone, Michigan ENROLLSwill send the MDCH 1183 form which can be completed and returnedto authorize Michigan ENROLLS to speak to another person. Letters of Guardianship, DPOA with physician letters or the 1183 canbe sent to MDCH at:Michigan Department of Community HealthP.O. Box 30479Lansing, Michigan 48909-7979You can fax this information to (517) 241-8556.77

EnrollmentPeople calling to enroll will be asked simplequestions during the call Nine “yes” or “no” questions to identify currentservices and immediate or unmet needs For people choosing not to answer on thephone, the health plan will work with them tocomplete the questions78

Passive Enrollment Phase I passive enrollment will be conducted overtwo months Phase II passive enrollment will be conducted overthree months People on the same Medicaid case number whoare eligible for MI Health Link will be assigned tothe same plan unless they choose a differenthealth plan79

Passive Enrollment Some people are eligible for MI Health Link but are excludedfrom passive enrollment. MI Choice, PACE and Independence at Home (IAH) participants People in Union or Employer sponsored Medicare health plans Native Americans People already passively enrolled in a health plan in the currentcalendar year These people will only receive the introductory letter #33 andwould only be enrolled if they called to join MI Health Link.80

Passive Enrollment NoticesWhen people are passively enrolled in MI Health Link, theymay receive multiple notices in the mail Michigan ENROLLS will send a 60-day enrollment letterincluding the name of the MI Health Link health plan inwhich the person will be enrolled If the person was in a Medicare Part D or MedicareAdvantage plan, that plan will send a letter notifying theperson that he/she is being disenrolled due to enrollment inanother plan (MI Health Link)81

Passive Enrollment Notices These letters may arrive within days of one another The MI Health Link health plan becomes your newMedicare Part D plan. You cannot keep your currentPart D plan and be enrolled into a MI Health Link healthplan at the same time. There should be no gap in coverage between yourprior Part D plan and your enrollment into your new MIHealth Link health plan.82

Passive Enrollment Notices If a person receiving these letters opts out of MIHealth Link prior to the enrollment effective date, theperson’s Part D Plan will be restored automatically. If a person enrolls in MI Health Link and then decidesto opt-out, the person would need to call 1-800MEDICARE to return to the previous Part D plan.83

What Happens AfterEnrollment?84

What Happens after Enrollment?Enrollees receive a member packet from thehealth plan including A new MI Health Link cardProvider directorySummary of benefitsMember handbookFormularyWelcome letter85

What Happens after Enrollment?Proof of Insurance Coverage Enrollees can use the welcome letter to receive services forscheduled appointments or emergency services before thenew MI Health Link card arrives Enrollees should take their Medicare and Medicaid cards toappointments until the MI Health Link card is received asthese cards contain information that will help the providerconfirm enrollment in MI Health Link86

What Happens after Enrollment?Level I Assessment A broad assessment used to identify and evaluate currenthealth and functional needs Completed within 45 days of enrollment start date MI Health Link health plans are allowed to do thisassessment 20 days before the enrollment start date, if theenrollee agrees Serves as the basis for further assessment Triggers assessments for personal care services, nursing facilitylevel of care and Level II assessments87

What Happens after Enrollment?Level II Assessment Completed within 15 days of the Level I Assessment forpeople identified with Mental Health or Substance Use Disorder needs Intellectual/developmental disabilities (I/DD) needs Long term supports and services (LTSS) needs Health plans will collaborate with PIHPs and LTSS agencies Additional supports and services will be coordinated tomeet the needs identified88

What Happens after Enrollment?Level II Assessment for people needing Nursing Homeor Waiver Services The Michigan Nursing Facility Level of CareDetermination tool will be completed to determine ifthe enrollee meets the requirements for these services The health plan will coordinate with long termsupports and services providers to meet the enrollee’sneeds89

What Happens after Enrollment?Level II Assessment for people withBehavioral Health needs The health plan will make a referral to the PIHP The PIHP will complete a screen to determinemental health service needs and referral to aprovider and/or complete Level II assessments90

Individual Integrated Care andSupports Plan (IICSP)91

Individual Integrated Care andSupports Plan (IICSP) Each enrollee will help develop his or her ownIndividual Integrated Care and Supports Plan Existing plans of care will be incorporated into theIICSP to avoid disruption of services The goal of the IICSP is to identify gaps in servicesto ensure the enrollee’s needs are met92

Individual Integrated Care andSupports Plan (IICSP)Each enrollee will choose the people to participate inthe IICSP process Selected family, friends, and providers Invited integrated care team members Existing care coordinators or case managers93

Individual Integrated Care andSupports Plan (IICSP) Follows a person-centered planning process Is completed within 90 days of enrollment Is the single plan that coordinates care for allservices and providers and includes the PIHP andLTSS service plans94

Individual Integrated Care andSupports Plan (IICSP) Plan for addressing concerns and goals, as well asmeasures for achieving them Identifies specific providers, supports and servicesincluding amount, scope and duration Lists the person responsible and time lines forspecific interventions, monitoring andreassessment95

Ongoing CoordinationCare coordinators will maintain ongoing relationshipswith enrollees to assure Assessments and care plans are revisited and updatedpe

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