In 2013, Wyoming lawmakers passed a law which requires the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) to study what is called “managed care” or “coordinated care” for the Medicaid program. Managed care or coordinated care means that your doctors and other health care providers will work together to help you get the health care you need when you need it and in the right way. The goal is to have the same or better quality care at a lower cost. WDH has hired Health Management Associates to do the study. As part of this study, Health Management Associates is asking people who have Medicaid what they think.

Thank you for taking the time to answer questions about Wyoming Medicaid. You do not need to put your name or contact information on the survey. That means no one will even know you answered the questions. If you have questions about this survey, please e-mail Michealle Gady at

* 1. When you think about your health care needs, how hard is it for you to get care from the providers listed below?

  Very Hard Hard Easy Very Easy I don't need this kind of care.
Primary care providers (for example pediatricians, internists or family doctor)
Specialists (for example, doctors for cancer treatment or for back pain)
Community-based support services (for example, meals-on-wheels, housing, legal aid)
Mental health treatment provider
Substance use treatment provider
Long-term care providers (for example, nursing home)
Home and community- based services providers (for example, personal care worker)