Datapoint: Nevada Gets Approval for Medicaid Housing Program

CMS earlier this month gave Nevada the go-ahead to implement a pilot program that will provide housing and other supportive services to Medicaid beneficiaries in need, according to a report in the Nevada Current. The new Section 1115 waiver will allow Medicaid to cover up to six months of rent, temporary housing and utility payments, as well as meals for the duration of the housing period. The pilot will start with an estimated 20,300 beneficiaries, according to the news outlet. Nevada’s Medicaid program currently serves 807,545 beneficiaries, with 83.5% enrolled in managed care plans.

Source: AIS’s Directory of Health Plans

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