HC Update - February 2018
Key Highlights This Month:
- All Forms 1095-B were mailed by January 25. If changes were made to a person’s 2017 eligibility and coverage after early December 2017, the changes will show on a corrected Form 1095-B. The batch for generating corrected forms is expected to start running in February and will run weekly through April, and then monthly thereafter.
- A WebEx training has been scheduled for February 15 for Super User Access and Prospect Person Records
- The Agency Performance Measurement Team at DHS is trying to develop some measures around healthcare (as directed by the Commissioner). They are just at the beginning of the process and are currently soliciting some County feedback.
- DHS is currently summarizing the public comments on the next generation of Integrated Health Partnerships - and will be meeting with the Metro counties on Friday, February 16. They will share this summary with MACSSA during a forum meeting.
Requested Actions Needed From MACSSA: None
New Trends in This Area: None
Issues/Concerns Regarding This Topic:
Discussion continues around the impact on workloads of Periodic Data Match and phase 1 of Reasonable Opportunity Period (see METS update PowerPoint presentation)
Information continues to swirl that there may be legislation surfacing related to both Periodic Data Match and METS. More information to come as it is available.
Supporting Materials: None
Miriam Kopka (Anoka), Kari Ouimette (Scott)
Kathy Johnson (Kittson), John Glisczinski (Sibley), Deborah Huskins (Hennepin)