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The Department is requested to submit a report by November 1 each year estimating the total savings, total cost, and net cost effectiveness of fraud detection efforts.
Legislative Request for Information #1
The Department is requested to submit a report by November 1 each year to the Joint Budget Committee providing information on the implementation of the Accountable Care Collaborative project. In the report, the Department is requested to inform the Committee on how many Medicaid clients are enrolled in the program, the current administrative fees and costs for the program, and performance results with an emphasis on the fiscal impact.
Legislative Request for Information #3
The Department is requested to submit a report by November 1 of each year to the Joint Budget Committee on the services that receive reimbursement from the federal government under the Senate Bill 97-101 public school health services program. The report is requested to include information on the type of services, how those services meet the definition of medical necessity, and the total amount of federal dollars that were distributed to each school under the program. The report should also include information on how many children were served by the program.
Legislative Request for Information #5
The Department is requested to provide by November 1, 2016, a written report detailing the continued implementation of the recommendations made by the Community Living Advisory Group, Colorado’s Community Living Plan developed to comply with the United States Supreme Court’s ruling in Olmstead v. L.C., 527 U.S. 14 581 (1999), and the final federal rule setting forth requirements for home- and community-based services, 79 FR 2947. The report shall include: an update on the detailed project plan which includes the timeline for implementing the recommendations and requirements, an explanation of any recommendations or requirements not included in the plan, and an explanation of how outcome measures will be tracked in the future to better understand how changes impact clients. The Department is also requested to provide a financial analysis of the costs of implementing recommendations. Additionally, the report shall include a description of any FY 2017-18 budget requests that align with the plan.
Legislative Request for Information #6
Each Department is requested to provide the following information to the Joint Budget Committee by November 1, 2016, for each program funded with Tobacco Master Settlement moneys: the name of the program; the amount of Tobacco Master Settlement moneys received for the program for the preceding fiscal year; a description of the program including the actual number of persons served and the services provided through the program; information evaluating the operation of the program, including the effectiveness of the program in achieving its stated goals; and a recommendation regarding the amount of Tobacco Master Settlement funds the program requires for FY 2017-18 and why.
Multi-Department Legislative Request for Information #1