Simplifying the Medicare/Medicaid Buy-in Program Would Reduce Improper State Claims of Federal Funds: Report to the Congress

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General Accounting Office, 1979 - Health insurance - 64 pages
 

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Page 45 - Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Puerto Rico Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virgin Islands Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming i Plan requirement after July 1, 1963.
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Page 62 - STATE OF OKLAHOMA, OKLAHOMA PUBLIC WELFARE COMMISSION, DEPARTMENT OF INSTITUTIONS, SOCIAL AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES Oklahoma City, Okla., March 22, 1971.
Page 3 - Act, is a Federal-State Matching program providing medical assistance for low-income persons who are aged, blind, disabled, or members of families with dependent children.
Page 54 - If you have any questions regarding our comments, please feel free to contact me or my staff.
Page 63 - Department of Human Resources OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR 318 PUBLIC SERVICE BUILDING, SALEM, OREGON 97310 PHONE 378-3033 July 17, 1979 Gregory J.
Page 2 - HEW Department of Health, Education, and Welfare SSA Social Security Administration SSI Supplemental Security Income CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION The...
Page 5 - State administered social services and cash public assistance programs for the aged, blind, and disabled under titles I, X, XIV, and XVI of the Act...
Page 31 - ... 1967. The bill would require that States desiring to enter into an agreement with the Secretary must request the agreement before January 1, 1970, but it would amend present law to permit individuals who become eligible after that time to be covered under the agreement. The committee believes that it is very much to the advantage of States to cover their medically needy aged under the SMI program, under which one-half of the cost is met from general revenues of the Federal Government. It accordingly...
Page 53 - Mr. Gregory J. Ahart Director Hunan Resources Division US General Accounting Office Washington, DC 20548 Dear Mr. Ahart...

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