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What the Medicaid Managed Care Procurement Means for Vendors
What the Medicaid Managed Care Procurement Means for Vendors
What the Medicaid Managed Care Procurement Means for Vendors

In 2019, the Ohio Department of Medicaid (ODM) launched the Medicaid Managed Care Procurement process with the goal of creating a reimagined managed care program focused on the individual. This focus supports us in doing better for the people we serve and the providers who are our partners.

We began by conducting a review of the structure that is in place today. We first considered feedback and suggestions from individuals and providers when making decisions about how to evolve the Medicaid Managed Care program in Ohio through our first Request for Information (RFI).

In early 2020, we released a second RFI seeking input from providers, associations, advocacy groups, data and information technology vendors, and managed care organizations. After receiving nearly 100 responses, RFI #2 closed on Tuesday, March 3, 2020. The RFI #2 page of this website contains additional information about the goals of the second RFI and a summary of the input we received from respondents.

RFI #2 will be followed by a Request for Application (RFA) period. Check this page periodically for updates related to the Medicaid Managed Care Procurement process.