Ready, Set, Go! The Readiness Review Process for Care Coordination and Provider Network Adequacy in Five States

Lynda Flowers (2013) 

Arizona, Minnesota, Tennessee, Texas, and Wisconsin—have unique approaches to ensuring managed care organizations are ready to provide care to consumers, similar themes emerged. They include(a) the need for robust information technology systems; (b) the importance of partnering with contracted managed care organizations while, at the same time, conducting effective oversight; (c) the importance of some level of state involvement in care coordinator training; (d) the usefulness of benchmarks to measure network adequacy; and (e) the importance of ongoing state oversight.

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