Policy Forum & Issue Brief: Consumer Protection for Dual Eligibles Important in New Integrated Care Models

(7/15/11) An issue brief on this topic was introduced at a Policy Forum at the Kaiser Family Foundation in July. The brief noted that it is essential to have consumer protections in place before new models are implemented.

Speakers at Ensuring Consumer Protection for Dual Eligibles in Integrated Models

At the NSCLC policy forum Ensuring Consumer Protection for Dual Eligibles in Integrated Models at the Kaiser Family Foundation, speakers agreed that there must be consumer protections in place before models are implemented.

 

Presentation by Kevin Prindiville, NSCLC (ppt)

Speaker Biographies (doc)
News Release (doc)
Final Issue Brief (pdf)

Listen to the forum presentations (right click on the name to save the MP3 on your computer)

Paul Nathanson
[audio:http://nsclcarchives.org/audio/Paul_Nathanson.mp3]


Bruce Chernof
[audio:http://nsclcarchives.org/audio/Bruce_Chernof.mp3]


Melanie Bella
[audio:http://nsclcarchives.org/audio/Melanie_Bella.mp3]


Kevin Prindiville
[audio:http://nsclcarchives.org/audio/Kevin_Prindiville.mp3]


Judith Feder
[audio:http://nsclcarchives.org/audio/Judith_Feder.mp3]


Patricia Nemore
[audio:http://nsclcarchives.org/audio/Patricia_Nemore.mp3]

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