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The Medical Care Advisory Committee

The Medical Care Advisory Committee (MCAC) is a public advisory group charged with advising the State's Medicaid agency, the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services, on Medicaid policy and program changes.

Section 1902 (a) (4) of the federal Social Security Act (Title XIX) requires that each state establish a Medical Care Advisory Committee to advise the Medicaid agency in order to obtain federal matching funds for the Medicaid program.

The MCAC members meet quarterly via teleconference or face–to–face. The face–to–face meetings are held in communities so members may gain insight into community specific issues.

NEWS

Are you interested in improving the health of Alaskans? We have two vacancies on the Medical Care Advisory Committee.
 
This committee advises the state of Alaska on Medicaid policy and program changes. These vacancies can be filled by individuals within the following groups: medical provider, hospital or nursing home administrator, a Medicaid recipient, consumer advocate, or tribal representative.
 
The MCAC members meet quarterly via teleconference or face–to–face. The face–to–face meetings are held in communities so members may gain insight into community specific issues. E-mail mcacwebsites@alaska.gov if you are interested.

 

If you are interested in receiving an e-mail alert regarding upcoming MCAC meetings, please sign up at

mcacwebsites@alaska.gov

 

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Contact Us


If you would like to present your ideas or concerns about Alaskas Medical Assistance Program to the MCAC, you may contact them at mcacwebsites@alaska.gov

Minutes and agendas from MCAC meetings are posted on this web page.