Self Advocacy Association of New York State

Rules for Medicaid Service Coordination

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~ Introduction - What is it all about?
~ Rules for Service Coordination
~ Paperwork
~ Working Out Issues
~ Choices
~ Brochure
~ Click here to download a booklet about the above information, updated 2007 - PDF
Part of your basic agreement includes some responsibilities that you and your service coordinator agree to do.

You agree to:

  1. Tell your service coordinator of any personal changes (such as, changes in medical conditions, Medicaid status, new address, new phone number), program and services changes (such as, wanting to change program or agency, new service coordinator needed), or if there is an emergency.
  2. To meet with your service coordinator in person * time(s) per months as you both agreed and as stated in your Service Coordinaton Agreement Activity Plan. You know that you and your service coordinator must meet at least once per month and at least once every three months this meeting will take place in your home.

    * A number you and your service coordinator agree to would be here.
  3. Tell your service coordinator or their supervisor if you no longer want or need service coordination or if you want a new service coordinator or service coordination vendor.
  4. Participate the best you can in obtaining the services and supports you need and want.
SANYS, Self-Advocacy Association of NYS, Inc.