Identical to S 570, filed 4/3/19.
Directs the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) to enter into capitated contracts with at least two prepaid dental plans for the provision of dental services to Medicaid and NC Health Choice recipients consistent with the goals of Medicaid transformation outlined in SL 2015-245 (Medicaid Transformation and Reorganization) as amended. Requires DHHS to consult with the Joint Legislative Oversight Committee on Medicaid and NC Health Choice on the terms and conditions of the requests for proposals (RFPs) for the solicitation of bids for statewide capitated contracts for the provision of services, in accordance with GS 12-3(15). Requires contracts to be the result of the submission of competitive bids by prepaid dental plans resulting from the RFPs, and details the minimum provisions the contracts must include. Directs DHHS to oversee, monitor, and enforce capitated dental services contract performance.
Clarifies that the intent of the General Assembly is that the transition to the provision of dental services under capitated contracts will coincide with Medicaid transformation provided for in SL 2015-245, as amended. Directs DHHS to ensure the act's implementation is in line with the implementation of Medicaid transformation. Requires DHHS to submit to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) any necessary waiver applications and State Plan amendments to accomplish the act's requirements no later than January 1, 2020.
Bill H 883 (2019-2020)Summary date: Apr 17 2019 - More information
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