MGL c.118E Division of Medical Assistance. Also see new or newly-revised sections:
- § 9A New subsection (2)(k) provides continued enrollment for former foster children until age 26
- § 9D Senior care options initiative; senior care organizations; enrollment choices; advisory committee; report
- § 10K Coverage for certain services and contraceptive methods
- § 10M Tobacco use cessation
- § 12A Supplemental rebates
- § 25 Exempt income and resources
- § 25A Exempt income for the Qualified Medicare Beneficiary, Specified Low-Income Medicare Beneficiary and Qualified Individual programs
- § 33 Long term care insurance purchasers; liability for medical assistance paid
- § 38A Retroactive claims denial for mental health services
42 USC §§ 1396 et seq Medical assistance programs
42 CFR 430-456 Federal Medicaid regulations
Member booklet for health and dental coverage and help paying costs, Executive Office of Health and Human Services, July 2019.
Includes how to get MassHealth, details about coverage, and more
Requiring adult children to pay for aging parents, ElderLaw Answers.
Helpful information on laws that may require adult children to support their parents. See also, Massachusetts' filial responsibility law, MGL c. 273, § 20.
Elder law (Mass. practice v.56), Thomson/West, annual. Chapters 8 and 9.
Estate planning for the aging or incapacitated client in Massachusetts, Chapter 34: MassHealth and Resource Planning, MCLE.
Estate planning with forms (Mass. practice v. 24), Thomson/West, annual. Chapter 29, Estate planning and Medicaid.
Massachusetts elder law, LexisNexis Matthew Bender
MassHealth from application to approval, MCLE, 2019
Maximizing community benefits, Suffolk University Center for Advanced Legal Studies, Center for CLE & Academic Conferences, 2009
Medicare and medicaid claims and procedures, West, with supplement
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