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Medical Care Advisory Committee

The Division of Medical Assistance ("Division") of the Department of Community Health established an Advisory Committee ("Committee") pursuant to the Code of Federal Regulation (CFR) 431.12, Section 1902(a) (4) - Medical Care Advisory Committee (MCAC). The Committee consists of board-certified physicians, other health professionals, consumer group advocates, Medicaid members, Public Health Department representatives, and additional member specialties as needed. The Committee shall consist of no less than fifteen (15) members by way of direct appointment by the Commissioner of the Department of Community Health and/or the Chief of the Medical Assistance plans.

The MCAC shall work collaboratively to:

  1. Provide input on Medicaid health policy;
  2. Cultivate a better understanding between the health care provider, payers, and consumers of care;
  3. Partner with the Department to promote its goals and objectives to enhance the delivery of healthcare to its Medicaid members. The MCAC shall also serve to promote the partnership between the healthcare community and the Division, so as to improve the delivery of healthcare to Medicaid recipients.

The Committee meets quarterly on the third Wednesday in February, May, August and November 10:00 am - Noon at:

2 Peachtree Street
34th Floor Conference Room
Atlanta, Georgia 30303