(2) The state department of human services, in conjunction with the state department,
shall continue its existing efforts, which include obtaining and considering consumer
input, to develop managed care systems for the developmentally disabled population
and to consider a pilot program for a certificate system to enable the developmentally
disabled population to purchase managed care services or fee-for-service care, including
long-term care community services. The department of human services shall not implement any managed care system for
developmentally disabled services without the express approval of the joint budget
committee. Any proposed implementation of fully capitated managed care in the developmental
disabilities community service system shall require legislative review.
(3) In addition to any other data collection and reporting requirements, each managed
care organization shall submit the following types of data to the state department
or its agent:
(a) Medical access;
(b) Consumer outcomes based on statistics maintained on individual consumers as well
as the total consumer populations served;
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