What is MSC plus for seniors?
Minnesota Senior Care Plus (MSC Plus) is a health care program for seniors 65 and older who qualify for Medical Assistance (Medicaid). Managed care enrollees who do not choose to enroll in MSHO will be enrolled in MSC or MSC Plus. Minnesota Senior Care enrollees will receive their MA state plan services through their managed care organization (MCO), and are assigned a Crow Wing County care coordinator who will help them get their health care and related support services.

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1. What is a Long Term Care Consultation?
2. Who pays for long term care services?
3. Who pays for services in home or community living settings?
4. What is a Rule 25?
5. Can you find housing for people who are homeless? With CD issues? With Mental Illness?
6. Do you need to make an appointment to see a Mental Health Intake Worker?
7. Why would someone need to be committed?
8. What is Rule 79?
9. Why do some people receive Rule 79 services and some do not?
10. What is Medicare?
11. What is Managed Care for seniors?
12. What is MSHO for seniors?
13. What is MSC plus for seniors?
14. I have a question that isn't included in this list.