Proposed Medicaid ChangesThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services periodically issues notices of proposed policy. These documents inform interested parties of proposed changes in Michigan Medicaid policy.
Proposed policy must undergo a 30-day public comment period before it becomes final. The notices provide a way for interested parties to comment on proposed policy. People may comment by electronic or postal mail before the comment due date. Notice contents are, in effect, a draft. They do not represent official Medicaid policy.
If you would like to receive a copy of Notices of Proposed Policy, fill out the MSA-0209 - Request to Participate in Policy Proposal Review. This form is provided to you in MS Word format. Please fax the completed form to (517) 335-5136 or email to MSADraftPolicy@michigan.gov .
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Archived Proposed Medicaid Policy Distributed for Public Comment and Consultation Summaries
Archived proposed Medicaid policy distributed for public comment and consultation summaries are available electronically upon request. If you would like to view historical versions of proposed Medicaid policy that were released for public comment or you would like to obtain a consultation summary of any bulletin, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with your request. Please identify the project number of the proposed Medicaid policy or consultation summary if known. If this information is unknown, reference the month, year, and subject of the bulletin or the consultation summary in your request. The documents will be e-mailed to you.
NOTE: Comments will not be accepted for proposed Medicaid policy after the public comment period has closed.
Notices of Proposed Policy
Comment Due Date
|July 27, 2015||1529-DRG||Inpatient Hospital Reimbursement System Reform|
|July 23, 2015||1528-CSHCS||Insurance Premium Payment Assistance|
|July 16, 2015||1521-CMH||Fee-for-Service Coverage of Office-Based Opioid Agonist Treatment|