Committees & Groups

Transportation Advisory Committee

The advisory committee shall meet at least quarterly to review issues and complaints concerning the Medicaid Transportation Brokerage System and shall make recommendations for the resolution of these issues and complaints.  

TAC Committee Members:

As of August 19, 2015

South Carolina Long term Care Partnership Agent Training Guidelines

To sell Long Term Care Partnership policies in South Carolina, insurance producers must successfully complete training that had been approved by the South Carolina Department of Insurance. The training must include basic information about South Carolina Healthy Connections Medicaid eligibility as it relates to the Long Term Care Partnership Program.

South Carolina Long term Care Partnership Agent Training Guidelines

Medical Care Advisory Committee

The Medical Care Advisory Committee (MCAC) of the South Carolina Department of Health & Human Services advises the Department of Health and Human Services about health and medical care services and provides consultation to the agency regarding marketing policies required of Medicaid Managed Care Organizations. 

Medicaid Coordinated Care Improvement Group

The purpose of this Group is to examine the current Medicaid coordinated care system to determine what is working and not working and develop policies that improve health outcomes, cost efficiency, and patient and provider satisfaction. We will also analyze best practices in Medicaid managed care and Medicaid agencies nationwide.

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Healthy Connections Prime

As part of the State Demonstrations to Integrate Care for Dual Eligible Individuals, South Carolina is one of fifteen states selected to design new coordinated care approaches for individuals dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid. The goals of the South Carolina Dual Eligible Demonstration Project (SC DuE) are to:

Adult Protection Coordinating Council

The Adult Protection Coordinating Council was created by the South Carolina General Assembly to foster coordination and cooperation among multiple entities involved in the adult protection system. The twenty-two member council is composed of twenty public and private organizations and two gubernatorial appointees.

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