Integra Managed Care is a New York State Managed Long Term Care Plan designed for adults living with long-term disabilities. Our goal is to help our members live safely and independently in the comfort of their own home. At Integra, you will have a dedicated team of nurses and social workers who will ensure that your care and services help you live as independently as possible.
Integra Managed Care offers a
wide array of services that can be tailored to
meet your needs:
Home Health Care
Consumer Directed Personal Assistance Program - CDPAP
Private Duty Nursing
Medical Social Services
Optometry / Eyeglasses
Audiology / Hearing Aids
Adult Day Health Care
Social Day Care
Durable Medical Equipment / Supplies
Prosthetics and Orthotics
Personal Emergency Response System
Nursing Home Care
Welcome to Integra Managed Care! We are pleased that you have chosen us as your Managed Long Term Care (MLTC) Plan. Through Integra Managed Care, you will have access to a wide array of services that can be tailored to meet your needs.
As an Integra Managed Care member, you will have a dedicated Care Management Team that includes a Registered Nurse, Social Worker, and Coordinator who will work with you, your loved ones, and your health care providers to ensure all your long term care needs are met.
We are committed to helping you stay healthy, safe, and living independently in the comfort of your own home.
To learn more about Integra Managed Care and the many services we offer, download the complete Integra Managed Care Member Handbook here:
The documents listed below are provided to all Integra Managed Care members. Just click on the link to view the document. Integra Managed Care members may also obtain a printed copy of any of these documents by calling 1-855-800-4683 (TTY: 711)
Individuals who meet the following requirements may be eligible to join Integra Managed Care:
At least 18 years of age
Have or are eligible for New York State Medicaid
Reside in Integra’s service area (Bronx, Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, Nassau, Suffolk, or Westchester)
In need of community-based long term care (for more than 120 days) based on an individualized medical assessment
Capable of safely living in or returning to the community
How to Enroll
For information on how to enroll in Integra Managed Care, please call us today at 1-855-800-4683 (TTY: 711) Our Enrollment Specialists are available to answer any questions you may have about the many services available to Integra Managed Care members.
Consumer Directed Personal Assistance Program (CDPAP)
What is the Consumer Directed Personal Assistance Program (CDPAP)?
CDPAP provides families with an alternative option to traditional home care. CDPAP is a Medicaid program that promotes and enables member independence by allowing them to take more control over the level of home care they receive and from whom they receive it. Members enrolled in CDPAP have the freedom to select their own caregivers, which allows them to receive their care from an individual whom they are comfortable with and whom they trust.
Who can be hired as a CDPAP Personal Assistant?
Although there are some restrictions, members are able to hire anyone ranging from children, siblings, cousins and friends to assist with their daily living activities. Parents of children age 20 or younger, spouses, and member’s designated representatives are ineligible to be hired as a CDPAP personal assistant.
What are Your Responsibilities as a CDPAP Participant?
You or your designated representative must be willing and able to:
Make informed choices related to personal care and/or nursing services that you receive at home.
Hire, supervise, schedule, and terminate your personal assistant(s). You must also have alternative workers trained and available in the event that your primary assistant cannot report to work for any reason.
Maintain an appropriate home environment for the safe delivery of care.
Train the personal assistant(s) to implement the plan of care established by your Care Manager.
Work with a dedicated Fiscal Intermediary (FI) that will administer payroll and tax withholdings required by State and Federal Law as well as Disability, Worker’s Compensation, health insurance, and unemployment insurance on your behalf. The FI will take care of the financial side, allowing you the freedom to direct your care without being overburdened with paperwork.
Verify and approve hours worked and submit time sheets to the FI.
Inform Integra and the FI of any change in your medical condition or social circumstances including any hospitalizations, vacations, or changes in address or telephone number.
You may voluntarily disenroll from CDPAP at any time and receive traditional personal care services instead.
How do I request CDPAP Services?
If you are interested in participating in CDPAP or have additional questions, please contact Integra Member Services at 1-855-800-4683 (TTY: 711). Our dedicated team will provide you with the required documentation for the program and walk you through the enrollment process.