Model of Care Training for Providers
UCare is required to provide annual training on our Model of Care program for Dual Eligible Special Needs (D-SNP) and Institutional Special Needs (I-SNP) Plans. The Model of Care training includes information about UCare’s D-SNP and I-SNP plans: Minnesota Senior Health Options (MSHO), UCare Connect + Medicare and the Institutional Special Needs Plans Advocate Choice and Advocate Plus. The Model of Care describes the population, management and UCare’s approach to caring for our population.
UCare’s MSHO, Advocate Choice, Advocate Plus, and Connect + Medicare members face a host of unique challenges and barriers to getting the care they need. These products are designed with a unique set of benefits and services to help members meet these needs and assist them in managing their care.
UCare providers must be compliant in completing Model of Care training to meet CMS requirements. This training will identify how you, as the provider of care, will support UCare’s Model of Care and understand the CMS requirements for serving these members. Additional information on the Model of Care training requirement can be found in the Provider Responsibilities chapter of our Provider Manual.
Providers are required to submit a completed Attestation Form after finishing the Model of Care training so UCare can ensure compliance with the CMS regulatory requirements.
Completing the Model of Care Training
You will have three options for completing the training:
- You may access a pre-recorded training on our website
- You may register to attend an in-person/virtual presentation (MSHO/Connect + Medicare only)
- You may request an individual training, or have any questions answered, by emailing the product mailbox below:
- Connect + Medicare: SNBCclinicalliaison@ucare.org
- ISNP: ISNPprogramcoordinator@ucare.org
|January||Wednesday, January 26||3 pm-3:30 pm|
|February||Wednesday, February 23||8 am-8:30 am|
|March||Wednesday, March 23||12 pm-12:30 pm|
|April||Wednesday, April 20||3 pm-3:30 pm|
|May||Wednesday, May 18||8 am-8:30 am|
|June||Wednesday, June 15||12 pm-12:30 pm|
|July||Wednesday, July 20||8 am-8:30 am|
|August||Wednesday, August 17||3 pm-3:30 pm|
|September||Wednesday, September 21||8 am-8:30 am|
|October||Wednesday, October 19||3 pm-3:30 pm|
|November||Wednesday, November 16||12 pm-12:30 pm|
|December||Wednesday, December 21||8 am-8:30 pm|