The state is seeking strategic changes within Medicaid to allow us to move toward a healthier Washington. In order to proceed with any changes, it is working on an agreement with the federal government, a Section 1115 waiver, that will allow us to test new and innovative approaches to providing health coverage and care.
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Through a five-year demonstration, this proposal includes three initiatives aimed at improving how we take care of individuals to better address local health priorities, deliver high-quality, cost-effective care that treats the whole person, and create linkages between clinical and community-based services.
The Health Care Authority (HCA) has prepared a timeline that shows the implementation activities for the Medicaid Transformation Demonstration. View timeline.
Transforming the Medicaid delivery system within each region to care for the whole person and use resources more wisely through Accountable Communities of Health. Learn more about Transformation Projects.
Long-term Services and Supports
Expanding options for people receiving long-term services and supports so they can stay at home and delay or avoid the need for more intensive services, and supporting families in caring for loved ones while increasing the well-being of caregivers. Learn more about Long-term Services and Supports.
Foundational Community Supports and Services
Providing our most vulnerable populations with the targeted supports to get and stay healthy. Learn more about Foundational Community Supports and Services.