Seven States Score Medicaid Waivers for Coronavirus

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The CMS on Wednesday gave seven more states flexibility for their Medicaid programs, allowing them to alter requirements and address the COVID-19 pandemic. Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Missouri, Oregon and Rhode Island scored the new Section 1135 Medicaid waivers. So far, the CMS has approved 23 of these waivers with an average turnaround of less than seven days between a state submitting its plan and getting the green light.

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