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Medicare and Medicaid: CMS and State Efforts to Interact with the Indian Health Service and Indian Tribes
Kathleen M. King (au)
Facilities funded by the Indian Health Service (IHS) may retain reimbursement from Medicare and Medicaid (M&M) without an offsetting reduction in funding. This can expand the funding for health care services to Native Americans. The Centers for M&M Services (CMS) is required to consult with Indian tribes on policies that have tribal implications. This report: (1) describes interactions between CMS and IHS; (2) examines mechanisms CMS uses to interact and consult with Indian tribes; (3) examines mechanisms that selected states’ Medicaid programs use to interact and consult with Indian tribes; and (4) identifies barriers to M&M enrollment and efforts to help eligible Amer. Indians and Alaska Natives apply for and enroll in these programs. Illus.
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