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Organizations & Services About Medicaid

  • Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation ( – 11/9/10)
    CMS Introduces New Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation Initiatives to better coordinate health care. Created by the Affordable Care Act, the Innovation Center will examine new ways of delivering health care and paying health care providers that can save money for Medicare and Medicaid while improving the quality of care. CMS also announced the launch of new demonstration projects that will support efforts to better coordinate care and improve health outcomes for patients.
  • Incontinence Supplies and Services
    If your doctor said that you or your child has a problem with incontinence, this information will tell you how to get the services and products you need.
  • Medicaid Benefits: Online Database (Kaiser Family Foundation)
    A detailed list of the benefits offered by each state with information about the benefits covered, copayments, and those services that may be limited in some way or require permission to use.
  • National Association of State Medicaid Directors
    A bipartisan, professional, nonprofit organization of representatives of state Medicaid agencies. The primary purposes of NASMD are: to serve as a focal point of communication between the states and the federal government, and to provide an information network among the states on issues pertinent to the Medicaid program. Provides an interactive map that will connect you to the site of your state's Medicaid office.
  • Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE)
    PACE is an optional benefit under both Medicare and Medicaid that focuses entirely on older people, who are frail enough to meet their State's standards for nursing home care. It features comprehensive medical and social services that can be provided at an adult day health center, home, and/or inpatient facilities. For most patients, the comprehensive service package permits them to continue living at home while receiving services, rather than be institutionalized.
  • Transportation Services
    Spreadsheet outlining services who provide transportation to/from doctor appointments, etc.