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Mental Health Awareness Month & Behavioral Health Resources

May is Mental Health Awareness Month and the DMHC is sharing information and resources to support the mental health and well-being for all Californians. It is important to reduce the stigma around mental health and ensure those who need help can access resources. To learn more, visit the Mental Health Resources for Youth Webpage, which provides important information and tools for youth, families, schools and teachers.

The DMHC has also made resources available to help educate Californians on their health care rights about behavioral health care. The Department’s Spring Newsletter highlights mental health awareness month and includes resources. This includes a May Mental Health Awareness Social Media Toolkit, an online resource that can be shared on social media to educate consumers about their behavioral health care rights. This resource includes the Department’s Know Your Health Care Rights on Behavioral Health Care fact sheet in both English and Spanish, and emphasizes that under California law, all commercial health plans are required to cover medically necessary treatment for mental health and substance use disorders.

Additionally, the DMHC’s Know Your Health Care Rights on Timely Access to Care fact sheet is available in English and Spanish, and includes important information about timely access to care standards. Under the timely access standards, health plans must provide non-urgent mental health appointments and follow-up appointments with non-physician mental health care or substance use disorder providers within 10 business days.

DMHC Seeks Two Members for Financial Solvency Standards Board

The Department of Managed Health Care (DMHC) is seeking two (2) dynamic and solution-oriented professionals to serve on the Financial Solvency Standards Board (FSSB).

For more information, please read the Board Member Solicitation and Job Description. Interested candidates must submit required documents by June 30, 2023.

RFP No. 23MC-SA007 – Strategic Plan and Organizational Development

The Department of Managed Health Care (DMHC) is soliciting proposals from qualified entities to provide consulting services including the design, development, implementation and management of a five-year Strategic Plan which will guide the DMHC’s activities, practices, goals and aspirations. RFP 23MC-SA007 for Strategic Plan and Organizational Development may be viewed and downloaded from Cal eProcure.

RFP No. 23MC-SA005 – Behavioral Health Investigations (Updated with Notice of Intent to Award)

The Department of Managed Health Care (DMHC) solicited proposals from qualified entities to procure Non-IT Consulting Services to assist the DMHC in conducting focused investigations of 15 full service, commercial health plans’ compliance with existing state and federal laws governing health plans’ behavioral health coverage and service delivery system. A goal of the investigations is to identify and understand the challenges and barriers enrollees may face in obtaining behavioral health care services, and identify systemic changes that can be made to improve the delivery of care.

DMHC Notice of Intent to Award

Joint Statement from California Health & Human Services Leaders on Affordable Care Act Federal Ruling

Department of Managed Health Care (DMHC) Director Mary Watanabe joined California Health & Human Services Agency (CalHHS) Secretary Dr. Mark Ghaly and Covered California Executive Director Jessica Altman in issuing a joint statement after a federal judge in Texas issued a ruling to strike down key provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) requiring health plans provide coverage of preventive health care services. California law includes strong consumer protections, including requirements on health plans to cover preventive care with no cost sharing to enrollees. Health care consumers in California-regulated health plans will not be affected by today’s ruling. This includes health plans providing commercial coverage in the small group and individual markets through Covered California, the state’s health benefit exchange.

The DMHC issued an All Plan Letter reminding health plans of their obligations to cover preventive services under California law. 

DMHC Fines Health Net Health Plan for Failing to Accurately Pay $1.2 Million in Provider Claims

The DMHC took enforcement action against Health Net of California, Inc. (Health Net) including a $225,000 fine for failing to properly reimburse thousands of claims to the plan’s providers. Through a routine financial examination, the DMHC found the plan failed to accurately reimburse a portion of its claims including interest and penalties. The plan has agreed to pay the fine, take corrective actions and remediated 34,433 claims totaling $1.2 million in payments to providers.

The Provider Complaint page on the DMHC website provides more information on how to file a provider complaint with the Department.

DMHC Fines L.A. Care Health Plan $300,000 for Deceptive Enrollment Tactics

The DMHC took enforcement action against Local Initiative Health Authority for Los Angeles County (L.A. Care Health Plan) for misleading 21 of the plan’s enrollees during the enrollment process. The plan has agreed to pay the fine and implement corrective actions, including monthly monitoring of sales staff to ensure misconduct does not recur in the future.

The DMHC encourages health plan enrollees experiencing issues with their health plan, including enrollment and coverage concerns, to file a grievance or appeal with their health plan. If the enrollee does not agree with their health plan's response or the plan takes more than 30 days to fix the problem for non-urgent issues, the DMHC Help Center can work with the enrollee and health plan to resolve the issue. The health plan enrollee can file a complaint or apply for an Independent Medical Review (IMR) with the DMHC Help Center at or 1-888-466-2219. If a health plan enrollee is experiencing an urgent issue, they should contact the DMHC Help Center immediately. Help on urgent matters is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Health Plans Must Assist Enrollees Impacted by Natural Disasters

The Department of Managed Health Care (DMHC) requires California health plans to help victims of natural disasters, including earthquakes, wildfires and flooding, who are experiencing problems obtaining health care services. This could include speeding up approvals for care, replacing lost prescriptions and ID cards, or quickly arranging health care at other facilities if a hospital or doctor’s office is not available due to the disaster. The DMHC Natural Disaster Fact Sheet is available in English and Spanish. Health plan enrollees should first contact their health plans, but if they have problems obtaining services or assistance from a plan, they can also contact the DMHC’s Help Center at 1-888-466-2219 or online at

Helpful information and resources can also be found in the California Health and Human Services Agency (CalHHS) Emergency Resource Guide to help prepare for and get help for natural disaster emergencies.

DMHC Report Shows Prescription Drug Costs Increased by $2.1 Billion Over Five Years

The Department of Managed Health Care (DMHC) released the Prescription Drug Cost Transparency Report for Measurement Year 2021. The report looks at the impact of the cost of prescription drugs on health plan premiums and compares this data over five reporting years, 2017 through 2021. Among other findings, the report reveals that health plan spending on prescription drugs increased by $2.1 billion since 2017, including an increase of almost $700 million in 2021.

DMHC Adopts Health Equity and Quality Measures for Health Plans

The Department of Managed Health Care (DMHC) adopted standard health equity and quality measures for health plans with the goal of ensuring the equitable delivery of high-quality health care services for all enrollees. Assembly Bill (AB) 133 (2021) required the DMHC to adopt standard health equity and quality measures that health plans will report on annually to the Department. To identify the measures, the Department convened a Health Equity and Quality Committee of diverse experts including representatives of consumers, health plans, providers, government agencies and research entities. The Committee held several public meetings during 2022, and made recommendations to the DMHC Director on the standard health equity and quality measures.

DMHC-Regulated Health Plans Must Provide Access to Emergency & Urgent Care Abortion Services Out-of-State

As other states have created obstacles and restricted access to reproductive health care, the DMHC issued guidance reminding health plans regulated by the Department of requirements to cover and provide access to emergency and urgent care services when enrollees are out of state. This includes when an enrollee needs emergency or urgent care while in another state that may restrict access to reproductive health care services, like abortion care.

California health plans must provide timely access to medically necessary basic health care services to enrollees, even when those enrollees happen to be outside of California when they need the services. This includes covering out-of-area emergency care and urgently needed care for 23.5 million enrollees in DMHC-licensed commercial and Medi-Cal plans.


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