Participant Direction in Managed Long-Term Services and Supports

Managed care has become an emerging model of choice for delivering long-term services and supports in home and community-based settings.  This course explains the role of participant direction within managed care, specifically managed long-term services and supports (MLTSS), and will help you build your organization’s business capacity to offer participant-directed services within MLTSS plans.

Cost of Online Course: $60
Number of CEUs: 2

 

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Contact
Anna Stathopoulou
Online Training Manager
annap@bu.edu
617-358-2635

Course Benefits

  • Define managed long-term services and supports (MLTSS), person-centeredness, and  participant direction
  • Describe the primary features and benefits of MLTSS and participant direction
  • Compare and contrast the traditional fee for service (FFS) model and managed care capitated rate model
  • Explain why and how participant direction can operate effectively within a managed care model
  • Describe the relationship between person-centeredness and participant direction

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