Programs and Initiatives
Electronic Visit Verification, Program of All-inclusive Care, Civil Monetary Penalty, Screening
Electronic Visit Verification
The federal 21st Century CURES Act of 2016 requires states to implement Electronic Visit Verification (EVV).
Program of All-Inclusive Care
PACE helps adults ages 55+ who are living with chronic health care needs and/or disabilities to receive community-based services and support
Civil Monetary Penalty
Civil Monetary Penalty (CMP) funds help improve the quality of life for individuals residing in Nursing Facilities within the Commonwealth.
Screening ensures Medicaid-eligible individuals, and those who will become eligible for Medicaid within six months, meet the required level of care criteria.
High Needs Support
The High Needs Support benefit would provide critical housing and employment support services to the Commonwealth’s high need Medicaid members.
Brain Injury Services
During August 2022, DMAS began working with stakeholders to develop program structures and cost estimates for implementing a continuum of treatment services and supports for individuals with brain injury and neuro-cognitive disorders.