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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 12. Health
Title 12. Health
Agency 30. Department of Medical Assistance Services

Chapter 40.
Eligibility Conditions and Requirements
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  • Part IV.
    Eligibility Requirements
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  • Section 220
    Income eligibility levels
    Section 230
    Resource levels
    Section 235
    Reasonable limits on amounts for necessary medical or remedial care not covered under Medicaid
    Section 240
    More restrictive methods of treating resources than those of the SSI program: § 1902(f) states only
    Section 250
    Standards for optional state supplementary payments
    Section 260
    Income levels for 1902(f) states; categorically needy who are covered under requirements more restrictive than SSI
    Section 270
    Resource standards for 1902(f) states; categorically needy
    Section 280
    More liberal income disregards
    Section 290
    More liberal methods of treating resources under §1902(r)(2) of the Act: §1902(f) states
    Section 300
    Transfer of resources
    Section 310
    Section 320
    Consideration of Medicaid qualifying trust; undue hardship
    Section 330
    Cost effectiveness methodology for COBRA continuation beneficiaries
    Section 340
    Compliance with § 1924 and OBRA 90
    Section 345
    Section 347
    Asset verification system
    Section 348
    Adult group individual income-based determinations
  • Part V.
    State Supplementary Payments
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  • Section 350
    Standards for optional state supplementary payments
    Section 360
    Treatment of entrance fees of individuals residing in continuing care retirement communities
    Section 370
    Variations from the basic personal needs allowance

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