The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors recently approved an amendment to One-e-App funding, which allows My Health LA to use One-e-App through the sunsetting of the program. The approved amendment secures MHLA’s partnership with Alluma, the licensor of the web-based electronic eligibility and enrollment system known as One-e-App.
The Board of Supervisors approval comes in at a pivotal time in the MHLA program. The recent Older Adult Medi-Cal expansion and the upcoming expansion of Medi-Cal for the ages 26-49 planned for early 2024 has emphasized the importance of One-e-App. Earlier in 2022, MHLA learned that Alluma had originally planned to halt maintenance of One-e-App. However, the Board of Supervisors’ decision to approve the additional funding for One-e-App has alleviated those concerns and enabled the clinics to continue using One-e-App for enrollment and eligibility.
In addition, Alluma is changing its name to One Degree, which is also its name of the community resource platform that connects individuals with food, housing, employment, childcare and other resources.