Home and community-based services or "HCBS" means Home and Community-Based Services as defined in OAR chapter 411, division 004.
Home and community-based services. (HCBS) means any federally approved medicaid waiver service provided to a waiver enrollee as an alternative to institutional care under Section 1915(c) of the Social Security Act, 49 Stat. 620 (1935), 42 U.S.C.A. 1396n, as amended, under which federal reimbursement is provided for designated home and community-based services to eligible individuals.
Home and community-based services means long-term services and supports received in a home or community setting other than a nursing home pursuant to the Choices for Care component of Vermont’s Global Commitment to Health Section 1115 Medicaid demonstration or a successor program and includes home health and hospice services, assistive community care services, and enhanced residential care services.
Examples of Home and community-based services in a sentence
Home and community-based services" (HCBS) means any federally approved medicaid waiver service provided to a waiver enrollee as an alternative to institutional care under Section 1915(c) of the Social Security Act, 49 Stat.
More Definitions of Home and community-based services
Home and community-based services means services provided under a home and community-based services medicaid waiver component.
Home and community-based services means Medicaid services provided to an individual in that individual’s own home or other community-based setting;
Home and community-based services means services furnished under the provisions of rule 5101:3-1-06 of the Administrative Code, which enable individuals to live in a community setting rather than in an institutional setting such as an intermediate care facility, a nursing facility, or a hospital.
Home and community-based services. HCBS”) Waiver” or “Waiver” means the Medicaid waiver program authorized by 42 U.S.C. 1396n(c)(1) of the Federal Social Security Act and section 409.906, F.S., the administration of which the Agency for Health Care Administration (“AHCA”) is responsible, and which consists of the Waiver service delivery system and utilizes individual budgets that are required pursuant to section 393.0662, F.S., under which the Agency, in consultation with AHCA, operates the Developmental Disabilities Individual Budgeting (“iBudget”) Waiver.