Nebraska Department for Health and Human Services announced plans for its upcoming Medicaid listening tour

LINCOLN, Nebraska — A press statement sent Tuesday evening by the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services/MLTC Division announced the forthcoming Medicaid listening tour.

Read the following press release.

As part of a forthcoming Medicaid listening tour, the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services/MLTC Division will visit communities around the state.

In October, “Moving Forward with Medicaid: A Listening Series” will take held in seven cities, in addition to two virtual options. The listening tour will feature a presentation from Nebraska Medicaid that focuses on new member information, such as the newly selected provider contracts and other significant updates. Following the presentation, the public will have the opportunity to ask questions and provide comments.

“This year’s listening tour underlined the importance of routinely hearing from stakeholders,” stated Medicaid Director Kevin Bagley. “We want to build on it by communicating our vision for the program’s future and hearing from members and providers about their priorities, too.”

The dates are as follows:

  • Lincoln – Tuesday, October 11, 4-5 PM
    Lincoln Public Library, Gere Branch – Meeting Room
    2400 S 56th St, Lincoln, NE 68506
  • Virtual – Wednesday, October 12, 10-11 AM (CDT)
    Hosted via WebEx, please use this  to join, or go toParticipants can listen via phone at 1-408-418-9388, meeting number 2489 961 3487
  • Omaha – Thursday, October 13, 5-6 PM
    Omaha Public Library, Benson Branch – Meeting Room
    6015 Binney St, Omaha, NE 68104
  • Scottsbluff – Monday, October 17, 6-7 PM (MDT)
    Scottsbluff High School Board Meeting Room
    313 E 27th St, Scottsbluff, NE 69361
  • North Platte – Tuesday, October 18, 2-3 PM
    North Platte Public Library – Meeting Room
    120 W 4th St, North Platte, NE 69101
  • Hastings – Wednesday, October 19, 5-6 PM
    Hastings Public Library – Meeting Room
    314 N Denver Ave, NE

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