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Going from Being the Gold Standard to a Follower: What Long-Term Care in Wisconsin Could Look Like in the Very Near Future

 When asked how they would like to see their Long Term Care system be modeled after, the Kansas Development Disability Council advised they want a model like Wisconsin. Sadly, the State of Kansas chose a model that Wisconsin may soon look like.  The model Kansas chose, lost $110 million in 2013 and another $73 million in the first half of 2014. What is most disturbing is that despite the losses, the 3 HMO’s that oversee the program requested $40 million in performance bonuses. That’s right, lose $110 million dollars and then ask for a $40 million dollar performance bonus.  All of this money is tax payer money. 

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My Joint Finance Testimony on the Significant Changes to Long-Term Care

BPDD’s charge is to work towards people with disabilities having the same opportunities as people without disabilities in all aspects of community life, and being equal to and having the same responsibilities as people without disabilities. Our board members are people with disabilities and family members of people with disabilities.

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Did You Know? Significant Proposed Changes to Long Term Care

 Did you know?

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Rumblings About Long Term Care

Some things I have been hearing surrounding the State Budget and the significant changes to Long Term Care:

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Disability Budget Training Webinar

 Webinar State Budget Training for Disability Community

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