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MI Health Link Advisory Committee

Advisory Committee
Application (advocates) (DCH-3919)
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Advisory Committee Application (beneficiary short form) (DCH-3919-A)
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Frequently Asked Questions

Listening to The Voices of Dually Eligible Beneficiaries: Successful Member Advisory Councils?

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) is the state agency that oversees the Michigan Medicaid program. MDHHS began a demonstration called MI Health Link. MI Health Link integrates services and supports for people who are eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid. All services and supports are delivered by newly created Integrated Care Organizations (ICOs) and existing Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs).

The Advisory Committee is formed by MDHHS for the demonstration. The Advisory Committee provides a structure for people to provide input on MI Health Link. Members are expected to review materials in advance of meetings, attend and participate in meetings, participate in the development of work plan materials, and provide feedback to MDHHS.

Members should have basic knowledge or experience with Medicare and Medicaid services, be able to discuss policy and outcomes, have good communication skills, and be a resident of Michigan. Members may not be employed by an Integrated Care Organization or Prepaid Inpatient Health Plan.

The Advisory Committee represents the different types of people served by the demonstration. The majority of committee members will be enrollees or their families, allies or advocates. Membership will also include peer or trade organizations and service providers.

Individuals interested in applying for membership are advised to read “MI Health Link Advisory Committee: Frequently Asked Questions”  before submitting an application form.

Please e-mail or call 517-241-4293 if you have any questions regarding the Advisory Committee or need the application form mailed to you.

Thank you for your interest.