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CMS issued a proposed rule (press release; fact sheet) outlining a number of Medicare and Medicaid proposals aimed at reducing regulatory burden on health care providers. The proposed rule follows the administration’s ongoing ‘Patients over Paperwork’ initiative, launched last year, as well as its broader interest – pursuant to numerous Requests for Information (RFIs) issued to-date – that aim to… (Pahner, 9/17/18) #Administrative Simplification, #Ambulatory Surgical Centers (ASCs), #Behavioral and Mental Health, #Critical Access Hospitals (CAHs), #Hospice, #Hospitals, #Imaging, #Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNFs)
Commissioners Discuss Operational Considerations of Medicaid Work Requirement Waiver Programs, As More than 4,000 Recipients are Disenrolled in Arkansas
During the sixth session of the September public meeting of the Medicaid and CHIP Payment and Access Commission (MACPAC), Commissioners received and update on the status of Section 1115 Medicaid waivers, both approved and pending, that are or will impose work and community engagement requirements on certain adult beneficiaries. At the time of this presentation, the Centers for Medicare &… (Cowey, 9/14/18) #Demonstration Programs, #Eligibility and Enrollment, #Medicaid Waivers