Medicaid changes raise concerns about autism coverage in Neb.

11/4/2011 | Omaha World-Herald (Neb.)

Nearly 100 Nebraska residents attended a legislative hearing Nov. 3 on changes to Medicaid coverage for children and teens with mental and behavioral challenges. Advocates say the changes, which are meant to bring the state into compliance with federal rules over coverage of residential mental-health treatment, are causing the denial of some services for young children with autism and other developmental disabilities.

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