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The Who, Where, Why and What You Should Do Next with the California DMHC's Expanded Licensing and Exemption Requirements

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Effective July 1, 2019, the California Department of Managed Health Care (“Department” or “DMHC”) is requiring organizations under certain conditions to file their risk contracts with DMHC. California managed care organizations, medical groups, risk bearing organizations (RBOs), clinically integrated networks (CINs) and any entities looking to enter into upside or downside financial risk agreements will need to understand who needs to file (and who does not), what to file and when to file. Also important is the consideration of the longer-term strategy to address new opportunities and potential pitfalls amid increased oversight.

Ehnes, Esq., Cindy

Miller Allen

Cope Health Solutions

California DMHC

July 8, 2019

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