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MS Gives States Until 2022 To Meet Medicaid Standards Of Care

by on May 12, 2017, No Comments

The Trump administration has given states three extra years to carry out plans for helping elderly and disabled people receive Medicaid services without being forced to go into nursing homes.

Federal standards requiring states find ways of delivering care to Medicaid enrollees in home and community-based settings will take effect in 2022 instead of 2019, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services announced this week.

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http://khn.org/news/cms-gives-states-until-2022-to-meet-medicaid-standards-on-home-and-community-based-care/

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