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Introduction • Waivers
New Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS) Rate Regulations
Effective March 1, 2011
On January 24, 2011 the Department of Health and Social Services adopted new regulations that revised rate setting methodologies for Medicaid Home and Community-Based Waiver Services, effective March 1, 2011. See Regulations 7 AAC 125.010(d); 7 AAC 130.275(c); 7 AAC 130.305; 7 AAC 145.500; 7 AAC 145.520-7 AAC 145.537; and 7 AAC 160.900(d).
The Department has provided several resources to assist waiver providers in maintaining compliance under the new regulations.
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HCBC Waiver Provider Rates
|Personal Care Attendant and Waiver Service Regulations Rate Chart (current)||12/05/2012|
|Personal Care Attendant and Waiver Service Regulations Rate Chart||03/02/2011|
HCBC Waiver Provider Regional Rates
|Personal Care Attendant and Waiver Services Regional Rates Fee Schedule, Effective 07/01/2011 (current)||07/01/2011|
|Personal Care Attendant and Waiver Service Regional Rates Fee Schedule, Effective 3/1/2011||03/02/2011|
Other HCBC Waiver Documents
Memorandum and Order Adopting Changes to Regulations of the Department of Health and Social Services – Includes a copy of the new regulations effective March 1, 2011 as filed in the Alaska State Register.
Personal Care Attendant and Waiver Service Rates History – Link to Senior and Disabilities Services page with individual provider phase – in rates; under "headlines," select "Provider Rates History" to download the PDF file.
Specialized Medical Equipment Fee Schedule 2012 – View Medicaid payment rates for specialized medical equipment and supplies (SME) that are covered for recipients under the waiver programs.
Notice: Claims with Span Dates Cannot Cross Service Rates – Medicaid waiver providers will not be allowed to submit a claim line with dates of service that cross February 28th and March 1st, 2011.
Training Materials – View training presentations designed for: