Medicaid Telehealth Expansion: Stakeholder Engagement

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) is working with stakeholders to gather input about the launch of telehealth expansion efforts to significantly expand Wisconsin Medicaid's permanent telehealth policy.

Telehealth External Policy Feedback Workgroup

As DHS continues implementing temporary telehealth policy and plans to move to permanent solutions, feedback from community partners and other external stakeholders is vital. The Telehealth External Policy Feedback Workgroup met four times from late 2020 to early 2021 to discuss permanent telehealth policy development and implementation. Stakeholders had a chance to hear about new developments, ask questions, and give input at each meeting. Please find a record of meeting times, agendas, and summaries below.

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Monday, December 14, 1-2:55 p.m. | Agenda (PDF) | Presentation (PDF) | Meeting Summary (PDF)

Monday, January 11, 1-2:55 p.m. | Agenda (PDF) | Presentation (PDF) | Meeting Summary (PDF)

Monday, February 8, 1-2:55 p.m. | Agenda (PDF) | Presentation (PDF) | Meeting Summary (PDF)

Monday, March 8, 1-2:55 p.m. | Agenda (PDF) | Presentation (PDF) Meeting Summary (PDF)

Stakeholder Engagement Input Sessions

DHS has hosted general input and topic-specific sessions that explain telehealth expansion policies and gather input from attendees.

Member, participant, and advocate webinars

DHS hosted two webinars for members, participants, families, and advocates.

Provider and provider associations webinar

DHS hosted a webinar for Medicaid providers and provider associations. Watch the recording and view the presentation (PDF).

Behavioral health input sessions

DHS hosted several input sessions specific to behavioral health topics: Crisis intervention (PDF), behavioral treatment (PDF), comprehensive community services (PDF), Community Support Program (PDF), and mental health and substance abuse (PDF).

Last Revised: August 19, 2021