Partnership Plan Waivers & Information

Partnership Plan Extension

New York State is requesting approval from CMS to extend the Partnership Plan Demonstration for an additional five years, from January 1, 2015 through December 31, 2019, in order for the State to reinvest federal savings generated by the Medicaid Redesign Team (MRT) reform initiatives and to reinvest in the state´s health care system currently authorized by the Partnership Plan. Additionally, the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) is currently in negotiations with CMS to amend the Partnership Plan to continue MRT initiatives, and implement the MRT/Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment (DRIP) plan, and to integrate behavioral health benefits and populations into managed care.

The complete extension application with narrative and attachments is included below, along with the letter from CMS, accepting the application as complete.

Application for Partnership Plan Waiver Extension (PDF, 40MB)

The public was invited to review and comment on the State´s proposed waiver extension request.

NY Partnership Plan Temporary Extension CMS Approval

Proposed Revisions to the State´s MRT Waiver Amendment/DSRIP Special Terms and Conditions (STCs) and Attachments I & J
December 9, 2015

Partnership Plan 2015 Annual Report

Partnership Plan 2014 Annual Report

Partnership Plan Revised STCs – January 2014

Partnership Plan 2013 Annual Report

Partnership Plan Waiver DD Transformation and Other Populations Amendment – April 2013

Partnership Plan 2012 Annual Report

Partnership Plan Waiver Managed Long Term Care (MLTC) Amendment – August 2012

MRT Waiver Amendment – Announced June 2012

Important Information

Partnership Plan Waiver Amendment October 2011

Partnership Plan Waiver Renewal July 2011

Amendment to Implement Medicaid Redesign Team Changes to the 1115 Waivers

Public Comments on MRT Amendment Request

Partnership Plan Waiver Extension 2009

Waiver Amendment Request–November 3, 2008

Section 1115 Demonstration Project Extension Request–November 23, 2005

Partnership Plan Waiver Extension