The following is a list of notices, by date of publication, about proposed MassHealth regulations. Click on a link to view the corresponding full notice and proposed regulations.
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The date published is the date the notice appeared in the newspaper and marks the beginning of the 21-day public-comment period, pursuant to M.G.L. c. 30A, s. 3.
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Notice of Public Hearing
Published on November 25, 2014
The Division proposes to amend its regulations under the authority of M.G.L. c. 118E, ss. 7 and 12 and pursuant to M.G.L. c. 30A, s. 3. The Division describes the substance of the proposed actions as amendments to regulations found at 130 CMR 410.000, 130 CMR 433.000 and 130 CMR 484.000. The proposed amendments included in the Acute Outpatient Hospital regulations, Abortion Clinic regulations and the Physician regulations are being amended to allow for certain MassHealth payments for abortion services.
- Notice of Public Hearing
- 130 CMR 410.000: Acute Outpatient Hospital Regulations
- 130 CMR 433.000: Physician Regulations
- 130 CMR 484.000: Abortion Regulations
Notice of Proposed Regulations
Published on November 11, 2014
For MassHealth participating Chronic Disease, Rehabilitation, or similar hospitals (“CDR hospitals”) with both out-of-state inpatient facilities and in-state outpatient facilities, MassHealth proposes to pay for outpatient services provided in-state at the median in-state outpatient hospital cost-to-charge ratio for similar hospitals.
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