HHS gives states more options for Medicaid programs

04/15/2011 | Hill, The

New HHS provisions give state Medicaid programs flexibility in how they serve beneficiaries and expand options for lowering costs. The plans call for using a coordinated care model for those eligible for Medicare and Medicaid, more flexibility to help Medicaid beneficiaries access home care instead of using institutional care and increases in federal money for states that retool IT systems to boost enrollment in Medicaid and CHIP.

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