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California Code, Welfare and Institutions Code - WIC § 14184.74

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In connection with the evaluation of the DTI required by Section 14184.71, the department's report of data and quality measures submitted to the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and made publicly available pursuant to the Special Terms and Conditions for the Increase Continuity of Care domain shall include, but not be limited to, all of the following:

(a) A detailed description of how the department has operationalized the domain, including information identifying which entities have responsibility for the components of the domain.

(b) The number of individual incentives paid and the total amount expended, by county, under the domain in the current demonstration year.

(c) A descriptive assessment of the impact of the domain, with respect to targeted children, of all of the following:

(1) Provision of dental exams.

(2) Use of, and expenditures on, preventive dental services.

(3) Use of, and expenditures on, other nonpreventive dental services.

(d) A discussion of the extent to which the metrics prescribed for the domain are proving to be useful in understanding the effectiveness of the activities undertaken in the domain.

(e) An analysis of change in cost per capita.

(f) A descriptive analysis of program integrity challenges generated by the domain and how those challenges have been, or will be, addressed.

(g) A descriptive analysis of the overall effectiveness of the activities in the domain in meeting the intended goals of the domain, any lessons learned, and any recommended adjustments.

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