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Minnesota Family Planning Program (MFPP) Section 1115 Waiver
Medicaid Waivers Email List Established
This is a free email subscription service that allows you to receive one-way email notification when new information is available about Medicaid waivers such as the Family Planning Program waiver, the Reform 2020 waiver, the Prepaid Medical Assistance Plus or PMAP+ waiver, the Minnesota SeniorCare plus waiver, and new waiver applications. Subscribers will receive emails when DHS is seeking public comment on items that will be submitted for federal approval, when requests for federal authority are submitted to the federal government, and when waiver requests have been approved or denied.
You may subscribe to the Medicaid Waivers email list by clicking on Subscriptions and selecting “subscribe” from the drop-down list. If at a later date you decide that you no longer want to receive emails from the Medicaid Waivers email list, you may go to Subscriptions and select “unsubscribe” from the drop-down list.
Additional Opportunities to Receive Updates
The Medicaid Waivers email list does not focus on the waivers that allow Minnesota to provide home and community-based services. If you would like to receive additional information specific to Minnesota’s Elderly Waiver and Alternative Care Program, go to Subscriptions to subscribe.
If you would like to receive information specific to Minnesota’s home and community-based waivers for persons with disabilities, go to Subscriptions for instructions about signing up for the home and community-based waiver programs electronic mailing list. Subscribers to this list will receive information regarding the waivers that allow Minnesota to provide specialized services under the Community Alternative Care (CAC), Community Alternatives for Disabled Individuals (CADI), Developmental Disabilities (DD), and Brain Injury (BI) waivers.
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For more information about the Medicaid Waivers email list and other lists, please go to Subscriptions. Thank you for your interest in Medicaid waivers. Please forward this email to others who may wish to subscribe to the Medicaid Waivers email list.
CMS Approves One-Year Extension of MFPP Waiver through December 2015
On July 22, 2014, CMS approved a one-year extension of the MFPP waiver through December 31, 2015. Under the MFPP waiver, the State has had the authority to receive federal matching funds for family planning services to men and women age 15 to 50, who have family incomes at or below 200 percent of the federal poverty level and who are not enrolled in Medical Assistance or MinnesotaCare. The waiver was due to expire on December 31, 2014. State legislation requires DHS to seek state plan authority for the program. An extension of the waiver will allow the current program to continue as DHS negotiates the transition to state plan authority.
MFPP renewal request
The MFPP waiver is currently approved until December 31, 2015. On June 30, 2015, DHS submitted a waiver renewal request to CMS for federal authority to continue operating the MFPP waiver through December 31, 2018. DHS held a 30-day comment period form May 26, 2015 through June 24, 2015, to provide an opportunity for the public to comment on the waiver renewal.
Link to Medicaid Waiver Page on CMS Web Site
CMS will hold a federal comment period following DHS’ submission of the MFPP waiver renewal request. At that time you may submit comments directly to CMS by going to http://www.medicaid.gov/Medicaid-CHIP-Program-Information/By-Topics/Waivers/Waivers.html and entering Minnesota in the search box.
MFPP Waiver Reports to CMS
The MFPP waiver special terms and conditions require the state to provide updates on the program’s implementation to CMS. Reports are submitted on a quarterly and annual basis.
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