Medicaid State Plan definition

Medicaid State Plan means a comprehensive written statement established by the AHCA, as the single state agency, describing the scope and nature of the Medicaid program. The Plan outlines current Medicaid eligibility standards, policies and reimbursement methodologies to ensure the state program receives matching federal funds under Title XIX of the Social Security Act.
Medicaid State Plan means the plan describing Medicaid eligibility, coverage, benefits and reimbursement that is established by the department and reviewed by the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services pursuant to 42 CFR 430, Subpart B;
Medicaid State Plan means the current Medicaid plan established, submitted and maintained by the department and approved by the United States Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services in accordance with 42 CFR 430, Subpart B;

Examples of Medicaid State Plan in a sentence

  • However, during this period, we will not continue to cover Medicaid benefits that are included under the Medicaid State Plan, nor will we pay the Medicare premiums or cost sharing for which the state would otherwise be liable.

  • Prohibition against reassignment of provider claims is found in 42 CFR 447.10 and Nevada Medicaid State Plan Section 4.21.

  • Exclusion and suspension of providers is found in 42 CFR 1002.203 and Nevada Medicaid State Plan 4.30.

  • Any payments or recoupments for covered Medicaid State Plan services included in the waiver but processed outside of the MMIS system should be included in the Waiver Cost Projection.

  • The Adult Extension category is defined in Ohio’s Medicaid State Plan as authorized by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).


More Definitions of Medicaid State Plan

Medicaid State Plan. A written plan between a state and the federal government that outlines the state’s Medicaid eligibility standards, provider requirements, payment methods, and health benefit packages. A Medicaid State Plan is submitted by each state and approved by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).
Medicaid State Plan means State of Rhode Island’s State Plan identifying the eligibility categories and services authorized for federal financial participation under Title XIX of the federal Social Security Act establishing the Medicaid program.
Medicaid State Plan means the plan describing Medicaid eligibility, coverage, benefits and reimbursement that is established by the department and reviewed and approved by the CMS pursuant to 42 CFR 430, Subpart B;
Medicaid State Plan means the plan describing Medicaid eligibility, coverage, benefits and reimbursement, including amendments thereto, which is established by the department and reviewed and approved by CMS pursuant to 42 CFR 430, Subpart B;
Medicaid State Plan means the plan submitted by the State to the
Medicaid State Plan means the comprehensive, written State commitment by the Department, submitted to the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services, under §1902(a) of the Social Security Act, to administer or supervise the administration of the Maryland State Medical Assistance Program in accordance with federal requirements.
Medicaid State Plan means the binding written agreement between the state and CMS that describes how the Medicaid program is administered and determines the Covered Services for which the state will receive federal financial participation.