Administrative Code

Virginia Administrative Code
6/30/2022

Part V. Exceptions

12VAC5-200-180. Exceptions.

A continuing exception to the above regulations for assessing charges for medical care services will exist for patients determined to be eligible for services provided under those programs of the department specified in the Code of Virginia or published in separate state plans.

Statutory Authority

§§ 32.1-11 and 32.1-12 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from VR355-39-100 § 5.1, eff. December 1, 1993; amended, Virginia Register Volume 20, Issue 22, eff. August 11, 2004.

12VAC5-200-190. Limitations.

A. The district director can limit the provision of medical care services based on an assessment of public need and available department resources.

B. The district director may establish policies to limit the provision of medical care services provided by the department based on legal residence and visa status except where federal funds are appropriated for the service.

Statutory Authority

§§ 32.1-11 and 32.1-12 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from VR355-39-100 § 5.2 and § 5.3, eff. December 1, 1993; amended, Virginia Register Volume 20, Issue 22, eff. August 11, 2004.

12VAC5-200-200. [Reserved]. (Reserved)

12VAC5-200-210. (Repealed.)

Historical Notes

Derived from VR355-39-100 § 5.4, eff. December 1, 1993; repealed, Virginia Register Volume 20, issue 22, eff. August 11, 2004.

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