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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 12. Health
Agency 30. Department of Medical Assistance Services
Chapter 70. Methods and Standards for Establishing Payment Rates; In-Patient Hospital Care

12VAC30-70-10. Effect of participation in Health Insurance for the Aged program.

For each hospital also participating in the Health Insurance for the Aged program under Title XVIII of the Social Security Act, the state agency will apply the standards, cost reporting period, cost reimbursement principles, and method of cost apportionment currently used in computing reimbursement to such a hospital under Title XVIII of the Act, except that the inpatient routine service costs for medical assistance recipients will be determined subsequent to the application of the Title XVIII method of apportionment, and the calculation will exclude the applicable Title XVIII inpatient routine service charges or patient days as well as Title XVIII inpatient routine service cost.

Statutory Authority

Social Security Act Title XIX; 42 CFR Part 430 to end; all other applicable statutory and regulatory sections.

Historical Notes

Derived from VR460-02-4.1910, §I, eff. July 1, 1989.

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