Guidehouse works with the federal government, state agencies, providers, and health plans across the country to address the challenges associated with LTSS and the transformation of LTSS program design and payments. We assist clients in developing coordinated LTSS programs that are responsive to the needs of stakeholders and improve quality and outcomes for individuals who are aging, children and adults with physical, intellectual or developmental disabilities, and others. We also develop innovative solutions that tackle critical issues for state policymakers as well as stakeholders across the continuum of care.
How We Help
- HCBS Waiver Program Design, Strategy, Monitoring, and Performance Improvement
- HCBS Waiver Rate Development
- CMS Compliance Support
- Case Management and Person-Centered Planning Design
- Quality and Outcome Measurement
- Transformation to MLTSS
- Non-Medicaid Funded Aging and Disability Systems
- Protective Services policy and performance
- Point of entry design and performance
- State plan and other federal Health and Human Services-funded programs
Latest From Long-Term Services & Supports (LTSS)
October 14, 2021 InsightsCombating Fraud and Bolstering Payment Integrity in Medicaid Telehealth ProgramsNow is the time for states to implement strategies to mitigate the risk of fraud, waste, and abuse for telehealth services.
August 11, 2021 InsightsIs Telehealth Key to Achieving Health Equity in Long-Term Care?Five strategies for states and providers to embed telehealth into home and community-based services programs.
June 7, 2021 InsightsThree Ways Government Programs Can Improve Healthcare for Aging AmericansWith new funding opportunities, the amplification of telehealth, and the rise of Medicare Advantage, we can begin to fix the problems in healthcare for older Americans.
January 22, 2021 InsightsImprove Home and Community-Based Incident Management Systems to Protect Vulnerable PopulationsStates should consider three key strategies when evaluating current systems and processes in relation to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
November 3, 2020 InsightsSeven Timely Ways for State Leaders to Use MFP FundsMFP funds have helped more than 101,000 individuals successfully transition from institutional long-term care settings to home and community-based care