Synopsis As Introduced Amends the Aid to the Aged, Blind, or Disabled Article of the Illinois Public Aid Code. Provides that the General Assembly is committed to a public participatory process in developing any pilot or demonstration program seeking to implement managed care or integrated care for Medicaid eligible adults who are aged, blind, or disabled, and that to assure such a process, the General Assembly and the Governor shall establish a task force to develop the core values of any such program, and to oversee its further development and implementation. Requires the task force to assess Illinois' readiness for developing such a pilot or demonstration program by analyzing lessons learned from other states that have attempted to implement similar programs, and to develop a comprehensive concept paper outlining the core values for the pilot or demonstration program or a comprehensive report outlining the explanations for why Illinois is not sufficiently prepared to develop a pilot or demonstration program. Provides that if the task force determines Illinois is sufficiently prepared to develop a pilot or demonstration program, then the task force shall work collaboratively with the Department of Healthcare and Family Services to plan, design, and implement the program. Contains provisions regarding the composition of the task force; the task force's duration; the frequency of task force meetings; and public hearings. Further provides that the Department on Aging, the Department of Healthcare and Family Services, and the Department of Human Services shall provide necessary staff support to operate the task force. Effective immediately.