Last year, the Department of Health Services (DHS) solicited proposals from managed care organizations (MCOs) interested in providing Family Care services in geographic service regions (GSRs) 5 and 6 and facilitating the expansion of the Family Care program into Adams County.
The solicitation for Family Care services in these GSRs has been challenged and is under judicial review. DHS may not proceed with the award of contracts in these GSRs until the judicial review has concluded. DHS anticipates that review will conclude in the early fall of 2017.
While that review proceeds, all currently available MCOs in these regions remain under contract with DHS. All aging and disability resource centers (ADRCs) in these regions should continue to provide objective information to members and potential members regarding the program options and MCOs that are currently available in their regions.
In the interim, DHS will work with Adams County to ensure that services continue for those currently enrolled in the legacy waiver programs.
DHS will notify the ADRCs when the judicial review is completed.
- Enrollment Report - January 1, 2017
- Request for Proposals (RFP 0648 DMS-17): The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) is requesting proposals from entities seeking certification by DHS to contract as managed care organizations for the delivery of the Family Care program in Dane County. Proposals are due by 2:00 p.m. on May 11, 2017.
Family Care, Partnership, and PACE - What's New!
Last Revised: May 5, 2017