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File #: 22-00284    Version: 1
Type: Appointment/BOS item Status: Passed
File created: 3/24/2022 In control: BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
On agenda: 4/5/2022 Final action: 4/5/2022
Title: Consider recommendations regarding opposition to the State's Alternative Health Care Service Plan (AHCSP) Proposal / The Kaiser Permanente (Kaiser) No-Bid Contract, as follows: a) Adopt a Resolution opposing Governor Newsom's AHCSP proposal, which would give authority to Kaiser through a no-bid process, to enter into the publicly governed, Medi-Cal managed care marketplace model as currently exists in Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo Counties; b) Direct the County's state and federal lobbyists to advocate the County's position to our legislative delegation informing our legislators of the potential impact of the AHCSP proposal; and c) Determine that the above actions are organizational or administrative activities of government that will not result in direct or indirect physical changes in the environment and are not a project under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to section 15378(b)(5) of the CEQA Guidelines.
Sponsors: SUPERVISOR HARTMANN
Attachments: 1. Board Letter, 2. ATTACHMENT A: UPDATED Trailer Bill Language for Kaiser No-Bid Contract, 3. ATTACHMENT B: Kaiser Oppose Letter Final Letter to Assembly Budget Committee from Six Counties, 4. ATTACHMENT C: CenCal Policy Concerns with Kaiser No-Bid Contract, 5. ATTACHMENT D: Local Health Plan Organization Opposition to Kaiser No-Bid Contract, 6. ATTACHMENT E: No-Bid Contract Fact Sheet from Local Health Plans of California, 7. ATTACHMENT F: Kaiser No-Bid Resolution.docx, 8. Adopted Resolution, 9. Minute Order

Title

Consider recommendations regarding opposition to the State’s Alternative Health Care Service Plan (AHCSP) Proposal / The Kaiser Permanente (Kaiser) No-Bid Contract, as follows:

 

a) Adopt a Resolution opposing Governor Newsom’s AHCSP proposal, which would give authority to Kaiser through a no-bid process, to enter into the publicly governed, Medi-Cal managed care marketplace model as currently exists in Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo Counties;

 

b) Direct the County’s state and federal lobbyists to advocate the County’s position to our legislative delegation informing our legislators of the potential impact of the AHCSP proposal; and

 

c) Determine that the above actions are organizational or administrative activities of government that will not result in direct or indirect physical changes in the environment and are not a project under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to section 15378(b)(5) of the CEQA Guidelines.