New York State’s budget for fiscal year 2021, signed on April 3, 2020, makes changes to the Medicaid long-term care (LTC) benefit to cap enrollment growth in managed long-term care (MLTC) plans at 3%. The state seeks to reduce the number of individuals served by MLTC plans, and to reduce the overall number of home care provider organizations able to contract with MLTC plans. To reduce enrollment, the state has modified eligibility criteria for personal care services (PCS) and for consumer directed personal assistance program (CDPAP) benefits to limit eligibility to people who need help with more . . .