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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 12. Health
Agency 30. Department of Medical Assistance Services
6/3/2020

Chapter 40. Eligibility Conditions and RequirementsRead Chapter

Section 10
General conditions of eligibility
Section 20
Post-eligibility treatment of institutionalized individuals
Section 30
Maintenance needs of non-institutionalized spouse
Section 40
Children
Section 50
Medical expenses
Section 60
Maintenance of residence
Section 70
SSI benefits
Section 80
Maintenance standards
Section 90
Income and resource levels and methods
Section 100
Methods of determining income
Section 105
Financial eligibility
Section 110
Medicaid qualifying trusts
Section 120
Medically needy income levels (MNILs) based on family size
Section 130
Handling of excess income; spend-down
Section 140
Methods for determining resources
Section 150
Resource standard; categorically needy
Section 160
Resource standard; medically needy
Section 170
Resource standard; qualified Medicare beneficiaries and specified low-income Medicare beneficiaries
Section 180
Qualified disabled and working individuals
Section 190
Excess resources
Section 200
Effective date of eligibility
Section 210
Transfer of resources - categorically and medically needy, qualified Medicare beneficiaries, and qualified disabled and working individuals
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
[Reserved]
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
[Repealed]
Section 347
Asset verification system
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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