California Welfare and Institutions Code Division 12 - California Partnership for Long-term Care

  • Section 22000.
    The California Partnership for Long-Term Care Program is hereby established.(Amended by Stats. 1999, Ch. 802, Sec. 1. Effective January 1, 2000.)
  • Section 22001.
    The purpose of the program is to link private long-term care insurance and health care service plan contracts that cover long-term care with the In-Home...
  • Section 22002.
    The State Department of Health Services shall seek any federal waivers and approvals necessary to accomplish the purposes of this division.(Amended by Stats. 1999, Ch....
  • Section 22003.
    (a) Individuals who participate in the program and have resources above the eligibility levels for receipt of medical assistance under Title XIX of the Social...
  • Section 22004.
    Notwithstanding other provisions of law, the resources, to the extent described in subdivision (c), of an individual who purchases an approved and certified long-term care...
  • Section 22005.
    The State Department of Health Services shall only certify a long-term care insurance policy or a health care service plan contract that meets the Medi-Cal...
  • Section 22005.1.
    (a) The State Department of Health Care Services shall only certify a long-term care insurance policy that substantially meets the requirements of Chapter 2.6 (commencing...
  • Section 22005.2.
    Each organization issuing policies certified by the State Department of Health Services under this division shall each year contribute to a fund to be used...
  • Section 22006.
    The State Department of Health Services, in determining eligibility for Medi-Cal, and the State Department of Social Services, in determining eligibility for in-home supportive services,...
  • Section 22007.
    The program shall be designed so that the estimated aggregate state expenditures for long-term care services for individuals participating in the program do not exceed...
  • Section 22008.
    Advice and counseling may be provided by the Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy program within the California Department of Aging to individuals interested in purchasing...
  • Section 22008.5.
    Individuals who participate in the program shall remain eligible for those in-home supportive services benefits and those Medi-Cal benefits for which they are eligible under...
  • Section 22009.
    (a) The State Department of Health Services shall adopt regulations to implement this division, including, but not limited to, regulations which establish:(1) The population and...
  • Section 22010.
    (a) In implementing this division, the State Department of Health Services may contract, on a bid or nonbid basis, with any qualified individual, organization, or...

Last modified: September 9, 2016