Reference Guide to Federal Medicaid Statute and Regulations
In the 50 years since Medicaid was enacted as Title XIX of the Social Security Act, Congress has made significant changes to statutory provisions governing eligibility, covered services, and financing. Federal regulations have been added, rescinded, and modified to interpret and implement the statute. As a result, the statute and regulations are dense and not always easy to navigate.
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