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.

All persons desiring to submit data, views, or arguments about proposed regulations may do so in writing by the date indicated on the notice. Refer to the full notice for the mailing address for submitting comments, or submit them by e-mail at masshealthpublicnotice@state.ma.us. MassHealth is not required to respond to comments; however, all comments are reviewed and considered.

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 Proposed Regulations

Published on May 1, 2015

Brief Description

130 CMR 408.000 (AFC): The AFC regulations are being filed as emergency regulations to implement budget savings from the January/February 9C process that are necessary to preserve the general welfare of the Commonwealth.

130 CMR 435.000 (CDR): The CDR regulations are being revised to eliminate MassHealth payment for administrative days, with two exceptions: for members 21 years of age or older that have been in the hospital for more than 45 administrative days, and for members under age 21.

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