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The 1989 changes to Medicaid Title XIX required states to provide care for children younger than age 6 years and pregnant women with incomes less than 133% of the federal poverty level. These changes also ensured adequate access to qualified providers by: Adding coverage for the medically indigent. Reimbursing the costs of early periodic screening, diagnosis, and treatment for those younger than age 21 years. Reimbursing for treatment by pediatric and family nurse practitioners. Reimbursing for skilled and intermediate nursing home care.
Reimbursing for treatment by pediatric and family nurse practitioners. Any state participating in the Medicaid program is required to provide inpatient and outpatient hospital care; laboratory and radiology services; physician services; skilled nursing care at home or in a nursing home for people older than age 21 years; and early periodic screening, diagnosis, and treatment for those younger than age 21 years; and, subsequently, family planning. The 1989 amendments required states to provide care for children younger than 6 years of age and to pregnant women with incomes less than 133% of the poverty level. These changes also provided for reimbursement for treatment by pediatric nurse practitioners and family nurse practitioners and thereby increased access to qualified providers.
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