Testimonials, State Agencies, and Organizations
State Agencies that have benefited from MLC training:
- American Samoa
- North Dakota
- West Virginia
- National Association of Medicaid Directors (NAMD)
- New England States Consortium Systems Organization (NESCSO)
- Numerous Other Medicaid Industry Organizations
When I started in Medicaid, I would have given my eye teeth for this type of training. - Former West Virginia Medicaid Commissioner Nancy Atkins
I thought the MLC was very informative and beneficial, even for someone who has been working in Medicaid for over eight years.
I came into this position with no one to train me, since the person in the position before me had already retired, so this training program was so helpful, it really gave me a foundation of Medicaid knowledge. As I hear terms from other team members, I have context for them and feel I have a better understanding of what is needed from my support position because of the knowledge I gained from the training.
I was one of the first in our organization to complete the MCMP-II certification program and it felt good to be recognized for this accomplishment.
Although I've been at BMS for several years, I have recently changed positions and this training really got down to the nitty gritty of Medicaid in a way that I could learn about the program as a whole. It really helped me a lot.
There are so many moving parts to Medicaid, even after one year on the job, I have found the training I've taken so far to be very informational. Being new, this training was really beneficial, and I'm so thankful the Commissioner arranged to make this training available to us.
As a consultant, I know IT, but this really helped me with understanding Medicaid, and that is what I needed to be more productive with our clients.
Since I was new to Medicaid and my position, having an IT background, I really appreciated something that delivered the training online, I think it's great.
This E-learning format is available anytime, it is self paced and fits today's busy management and executive lifestyles. Quick Check Quizzes and Pretests allow learners to track competence and return to subject matter as necessary and/or reinforce confidence prior to Final Exams.
I thought certain modules were useful and filled in gaps in my Medicaid knowledge.
Upon completing the Virtual Classroom courses, for future reference, it is helpful to me in performing my everyday work to have continued access to the resources in the Medicaid Knowledge Center and Medicaid Dictionary.
Very well done, good pace, excellent information. Practice quizzes are very helpful.
The MLC trainings were really helpful and I'm glad to have completed the courses and received the MCMP-II certification, this means a lot to me and to my organization.