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Governor Cuomo Announces Medicaid Redesign Web Site to Track Progress and Invite Public Participation

The Medicaid Redesign Team has been tasked by Governor Cuomo to find ways to reduce costs and increase quality and efficiency in the Medicaid program for the upcoming 2011-12 Fiscal Year. As part of its work, the Team is seeking ideas from the public at large, the health care workforce, and experts in health care delivery and insurance, economics, business, consumer rights and other relevant areas.

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Protecting Your New Freedoms Under the Affordable Care Act

In fact, since the Affordable Care Act was signed into law, the economy has created over 1 million private sector jobs. Slowing the growth of health care costs, as the Affordable Care Act does, will have the likely impact of creating more jobs since businesses will have to spend less on health care for their employees, potentially resulting in 300,000 additional jobs.

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GRANDPARENTS RAISING AND NURTURING DEPENDENT CHILDREN

The Division of Services for Aging and Adults with Physical Disabilities operates Joining Generations in recognition of the many benefits of bringing together younger and older persons. Over the years, Joining Generations has dealt with various intergenerational issues. Currently, Joining Generations is focusing its resources on providing support to grandparents and relative caregivers who are raising others’ children.

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California Health and Human Services Agency

SCAN provides all services in the Medi-Cal State Plan; including home and community based services to SCAN members who are assessed at the Nursing Facility Level of Care and nursing home custodial care, following the member in the nursing facility.

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…and will are still talking about this ‘Generation-Gab thing!

During the 2009-2010 academic year, hundreds of USM students contributed nearly 28,000 hours of service to the community, 68 percent of which were the result of service learning courses designed to provide opportunities to apply what students are learning in the classroom to real-world issues.

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We are still up for grabs!

The study, conducted by Harvard University’s Berkman Center for Internet & Society, showed that such attacks frequently knocked such sites offline.

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New york City Department of Aging

Protect Yourself from Real Estate Fraud
The Department of Finance and the Financial Crime Task Force (a Division of the Office of the Criminal Justice Coordinator) has implemented a new program to help deter real estate fraud. This program will let you know when a document is recorded against your property without your knowledge.

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