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Notice: DHCF Implements Efforts to Ensure Medicaid Beneficiaries Continue to Receive Needed PCA Services

Date Released: 
Wed, 02/26/2014

Notice: DHCF Implements Efforts to Ensure Medicaid Beneficiaries Continue to Receive Needed PCA Services

In response to the recent arrest warrants that were issued on Thursday, February 20, 2014, to four Medicaid home health agencies, DHCF is working to ensure continuity of care for affected Medicaid beneficiaries needing personal care aide services (PCA).

DHCF is contacting beneficiaries receiving PCA services to ensure they are receiving needed services.  If there are any identified needs for PCA services, DHCF will utilize an expedited process to ensure continuity of care.

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