Special Features

Register Now: ITUP’s 19th Annual Conference will be held on February 17, 2015 at the Sacramento Convention Center. The Awards and Networking Dinner will follow the conference. REGISTER HERE   AGENDA February 17, 2015 Conference at the Sacramento Convention Center: This year’s conference will focus on the next steps to […] more

ITUP hosted a series of educational trainings entitled ObamaCare 201: Essential Updates Before Open Enrollment, the second set of sessions on the Affordable Care Act (ACA). This series of trainings explained everything there is to know about insurance and coverage under the ACA, discussed immigration status and health coverage, addressed […] more

Latest Reports

Summary of California’s Implementation of the 2010 DSRIP Waiver – 3rd Year California Health Care Safety Net Institute, Aggregate Public Hospital System Annual Report in California’s §1115 Medicaid Waiver’s Delivery System Incentive Program Demonstration Year 8 (December 31, 2013) Public hospitals, including the five UC hospitals, were eligible for $3.3 […] more

The Department of Health Care Services (DCHS) recently released revised draft special terms and conditions for the Drug Medi-Cal (DMC) Organized Delivery System (ODS) Waiver in October. This brief summarizes the main parts of the special terms and conditions (STCs) and provides comments about the most recent draft as the […] more

Latest Blog Posts

If you didn’t catch our live-tweet session during yesterday’s Covered California Board Meeting, now’s the time to catch up. The quick meeting reviewed the start of open enrollment, next steps, and previewed considerations for 2016. Open Enrollment Updates The Covered California Bus Tour was incredibly successful and the “I’M IN” […] more

Recently Massachusetts received approval from CMS to extend their §1115 Medicaid waiver demonstration project (also known as MassHealth). Through a Medicaid waiver, the state aims to continue creating delivery system transformations and to better align the Commonwealth’s programs with the Affordable Care Act. But more on that later. First lets […] more