Continuity of Care Framework for the LIHP Transition

Continuity of Care Framework for the LIHP Transition

Executive Summary

Thank you for the opportunity to comment on the Draft Continuity of Care Framework for theLow Income Health Program Transition that was discussed at the June 28 stakeholder meeting. National Health Law Program and Western Center on Law and Poverty ? on behalf of AIDS Project Los Angeles; Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment; American CancerSociety Cancer Action Network; Asian Americans Advancing Justice ? Los Angeles; California Pan-Ethnic Health Network; California Partnership; California Primary Care Association;Coalition of California Welfare Rights Organizations; Health Access California; The Health Consumer Alliance1 Legal Aid Society of San Diego; Legal Services of Northern California; Neighborhood LegalServices of Los Angeles County; Public Law Center; Project Inform; San Francisco AIDSFoundation; and Southeast Asian Resource Action Center ? submit the comments below foryour consideration.

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