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46.2804

46.2804 Client management of managed care long-term care benefit. Under a managed care program for provision of long-term care services, the care manager shall provide, within guidelines established by the department, a mechanism by which an enrollee, beneficiary, or recipient of the program may arrange for, manage, and monitor his or her benefit directly or with the assistance of another person chosen by the enrollee, beneficiary, or recipient. The care manager shall provide each enrollee, beneficiary, or recipient with a form on which the enrollee, beneficiary, or recipient shall indicate whether he or she has been offered the option under this subsection and whether he or she has accepted or declined the option. If the enrollee, beneficiary, or recipient accepts the option, the care manager shall monitor the use by the enrollee, beneficiary, or recipient of a fixed budget for purchase of services or support items from any qualified provider, monitor the health and safety of the enrollee, beneficiary, or recipient, and provide assistance in management of the budget and services of the enrollee, beneficiary, or recipient at a level tailored to the need and desire of the enrollee, beneficiary, or recipient for the assistance.

46.2804 - ANNOT.

History: 2005 a. 386; 2007 a. 20.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Wisconsin > 46 > 46.2804

46.2804

46.2804 Client management of managed care long-term care benefit. Under a managed care program for provision of long-term care services, the care manager shall provide, within guidelines established by the department, a mechanism by which an enrollee, beneficiary, or recipient of the program may arrange for, manage, and monitor his or her benefit directly or with the assistance of another person chosen by the enrollee, beneficiary, or recipient. The care manager shall provide each enrollee, beneficiary, or recipient with a form on which the enrollee, beneficiary, or recipient shall indicate whether he or she has been offered the option under this subsection and whether he or she has accepted or declined the option. If the enrollee, beneficiary, or recipient accepts the option, the care manager shall monitor the use by the enrollee, beneficiary, or recipient of a fixed budget for purchase of services or support items from any qualified provider, monitor the health and safety of the enrollee, beneficiary, or recipient, and provide assistance in management of the budget and services of the enrollee, beneficiary, or recipient at a level tailored to the need and desire of the enrollee, beneficiary, or recipient for the assistance.

46.2804 - ANNOT.

History: 2005 a. 386; 2007 a. 20.

State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Wisconsin > 46 > 46.2804

46.2804

46.2804 Client management of managed care long-term care benefit. Under a managed care program for provision of long-term care services, the care manager shall provide, within guidelines established by the department, a mechanism by which an enrollee, beneficiary, or recipient of the program may arrange for, manage, and monitor his or her benefit directly or with the assistance of another person chosen by the enrollee, beneficiary, or recipient. The care manager shall provide each enrollee, beneficiary, or recipient with a form on which the enrollee, beneficiary, or recipient shall indicate whether he or she has been offered the option under this subsection and whether he or she has accepted or declined the option. If the enrollee, beneficiary, or recipient accepts the option, the care manager shall monitor the use by the enrollee, beneficiary, or recipient of a fixed budget for purchase of services or support items from any qualified provider, monitor the health and safety of the enrollee, beneficiary, or recipient, and provide assistance in management of the budget and services of the enrollee, beneficiary, or recipient at a level tailored to the need and desire of the enrollee, beneficiary, or recipient for the assistance.

46.2804 - ANNOT.

History: 2005 a. 386; 2007 a. 20.

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