Council on Medical Assistance Program Oversight

The Council on Medical Assistance Program Oversight, referred to as the Medical Assistance Program Oversight Council (MAPOC), biannually reports to the General Assembly as required under CGS 17b-28 subsec. (i). The Medical Assistance Program Oversight Council (previously called the Medicaid Managed Care Council) is a collaborative body established by the General Assembly in 1994 to initially advise the Department of Social Services (DSS) on the development and implementation of Connecticut’s Medicaid Managed Care Program (HUSKY A).


Legislation in 2011 revised 17b-28 to include Council oversight of the Medicaid HUSKY Health Program that encompasses all Medicaid enrollees’ health care. The statute charges the Council with monitoring and advising DSS on matters including, but not limited to, program planning and implementation of the new delivery system under Administrative Service Organizations (ASOs), transitional issues from managed care, eligibility standards, benefits, health care access and quality measures.

Contact

Council on Medical Assistance Program Oversight
  • Legislative Office Building, Room 3000
  • Hartford, CT 06106
  •   (860) 240‑0321
  •   Fax (860) 240‑5306
  • Staff Contact:   Kayleigh Royston