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Urge Your Legislators to Oppose Forcing Dual Eligibles
into Managed Care!
Dear California ACP Members,
Two years ago, the Legislature gave Medi-Cal the authority to do
four "pilot projects" to redesign care for Medicare/Medi-Cal dual
eligibles. The centerpiece of these pilot projects is requiring
dual eligibles to enroll into Medi-Cal managed care plans.
Before these pilot projects have even started, the state is now
proposing to move all dual eligibles statewide into managed care
plans over the next three years. The California Chapters of the
American College of Physicians agree with the California Medical
Association and other physician organizations in opposing this
proposed legislation. The Legislature is considering this proposal
as part of the negotiations over the State Budget, which must be
finished no later than Friday, June 15th, so it is
essential that physicians contact their legislators right away to
oppose this plan.
We ask that you and your colleagues CALL, EMAIL, or VISIT your
legislators and urge them to reject forcing all dual eligibles into
managed care plans!
Please call 877-362-8455, our new Legislator Connect Hotline, in
order to be easily connected to your legislator. You will be asked
to enter your zip code and select your Assembly Member and
Give your name, specialty and let them know that you are their
constituent. Phone calls and office visits are most effective, but
faxes are important too. If you or your colleagues choose to submit
a fax to your legislators, we strongly encourage that you
personalize the letter, which will greatly increase its impact.
here to locate your legislator by zip code. Legislators need to
know the true impact these cuts would have in their districts.