Who We Are
MLTCQRAC was established by the 1995 Legislative Assembly and consists of 12 stakeholders including the Long-Term Care Ombudsman, consumers, advocates, and providers. Council appointments are made by the Governor, the President of the Senate, the Speaker of the House, the Governor’s Commission on Senior Services and the Oregon Disabilities Commission.
MLTCQRAC is directed to advise the Department
of Human Services and the Oregon Health Authority on changes or modifications to
the Medicaid reimbursement system and the adverse and positive effects of the
changes or modifications on the quality of long-term care and community-based
services and reimbursement for long-term care and community-based
What We Do
At the beginning of each legislative session,
the Council reviews the Governor’s Recommended Budget for Aging and People with
Disabilities (APD). The Council may submit a recommendation in support of or
opposition of the Governor’s Recommended Budget. DHS is required to submit any
proposed change or modification to the Medicaid reimbursement system (those
proposed changes or modifications with a proposed impact in excess of
$100,000.00) to the Council for their review and written advisory
Serve on a Council
For basic information about serving on a commission or council, see the Governor’s Office Boards and Commission website. This page has a link to the Membership Handbook, the comprehensive Boards and Commissions book, and a link to the Interest Form you can use to apply for a seat on a commission or council.
See the MLTCQRAC Meetings page for council meeting minutes and materials.
500 Summer Street NE
Salem, Oregon 97301