Q&A: Home and Community-Based Services-Final Rules

Q&A: Home and Community-Based Services-Final Rules

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Q&A: Home and Community-Based Services-Final RulesMedicaid-funded home and community-based services are critical to community integration for older adults and individuals with disabilities. Defining the types of settings in which these services are provided is important in ensuring the services are not provided in settings that are institutional in nature, but instead promote access to the community. This Q&A discusses the new rules, the definition of home and community-based settings, the transition process, advocacy opportunities, and other new features for Medicaid waivers and programs under these new rules.

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