Webinar: The Language of Long-Term Services and Supports and Managed Care

June 21, 2017

The words people and organizations use demonstrate their perspectives and provide references for discussions. Community-based organizations (CBOs) looking to work with new integrated care or health service systems, such as Managed Long-Term Services and Supports (MLTSS) need to understand the common terminology used in those systems. This webinar will help with learning about how using common terms can further efforts to develop collaborative relationships with health plans and systems while continuing to further the mission of CBOs.

Please join the Business Acumen Center on June 28 at 12:30 PM Eastern for a one hour webinar: Are We Saying the Same Thing? The Language of Long Term Services and Supports and Managed Care.

Learning objectives:

  • Recognize the business terminology used in managed care;
  • Understand how the terminology used in integrated care and service systems relate to long-term services and supports; and
  • Gain an understanding of common business terminology.

This webinar is available as part of the Business Acumen for Disability Organizations grant from the Administration for Community Living to the National Association of States United for Aging and Disabilities in collaboration with nine national partners.

Register for the webinar.


Learn more about ACL's Business Acumen Initiative to help states and community-based organizations build networks and respond to delivery system changes, including technical assistance, building business capacity for successful contracting with integrated care entities, and developing pathways to sustainability.

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