The California Department of Health Care Services has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to conduct a large demonstration program to improve care to senior and disabled beneficiaries dually enrolled in Medicare and Medicaid.

Under the program, which will serve up to 456,000 beneficiaries in eight California counties, the dual eligibles will combine their Medicare and Medi-Cal benefits into one health plan, called Cal MediConnect, and receive more coordinated and accountable care. The demonstration is not a formal accountable

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