On January 1, 2019, Aetna Medicaid, a CVS health business, launched a new person-centered, outcomes-based service coordination model for Aetna’s managed care members in Kansas with intellectual and development disabilities (I/DD). The new model of care, called Aetna Better Living, will connect Aetna Medicaid members with an Aetna I/DD service coordinator who will be a single point of contact to help facilitate the members’ connections to community resources, innovative practices, and technology tools that promote a meaningful quality of life. The new KanCare Medicaid managed care organization (MCO) contracts require the MCOs to provide service . . .