The Mental Health Association in Michigan

is the only statewide, non-governmental agency concerned with the broad spectrum of mental illness across all age groups.

Michigan Submits Dual-Eligible “Care Bridge” Proposal to Feds

In early September, Michigan’s Department of Community Health submitted a proposal to the federal government for how a “care bridge” between mental health and non-mental health providers and managers would work. This is a supplement to the state’s previous proposal to the federal government for a 3-year integrated care demonstration project for about 200,000 state […]

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MHAM Principles for Dual-Eligibility (Medicaid/Medicare) Programming

Principles for Project to Integrate Health Care in Michigan for Those Dually Enrolled in Medicaid and Medicare  Mental Health Association in Michigan – January, 2012 1. The administration should engage in comprehensive dialogue with the Legislature and health care stakeholders about respective fee-for-service and capitated managed care funding models for the project before any final […]

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