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Minnesota Department of Human Services
(651) 431-2670 (Twin Cities metro area) or
(800) 657-3739 (outside Twin Cities metro area)


Official Program Name: Minnesota Prepaid Medical Assistance Project Plus
State: Minnesota
Waiver Authority: 1115
Date Originally Approved: 04/27/1995
Implementation Date: 07/01/1995
Expiration Date: 06/20/2008
Summary: Minnesota’s Prepaid Medical Assistance Project Plus (PMAP) was one of five original demonstration projects authorized by Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) under Section 1115 of the Social Security Act to implement managed care for non-long term care services for designated Medicaid populations on a prepaid, capitated basis. In the early 1980’s CMS solicited states to examine cost-effective alternatives for payment and delivery of Medicaid services. Based on the application submitted April 1982, Minnesota was awarded a grant to fund the design of PMAP. The initial demonstration operated in three counties, Hennepin (urban), Dakota (suburban) and Itasca (rural).

Official Program Name: MN - Community Alternatives for Disabled Individuals (0166.90.R3)
State: Minnesota
Waiver Authority: 1915 (c)
Date Originally Approved: 10/1/1990
Implementation Date: N/A
Expiration Date: 9/30/2010
Summary: To provide case management, homemaker, respite, adult day health care, habilitation, prevocational services, supported employment, environ mods and adaptations, family support, extended state plan services, home health, PT, OT, speech & hearing and language, personal care, supplies and equipment, child foster care, independent living skills, residential care, home delivered meals, foster care, assisted living, adult day bath to disabled individuals under 65.

Official Program Name: Minnesota Care SCHIP 1115
State: Minnesota
Waiver Authority: 1115
Date Originally Approved: 06/13/2001
Implementation Date: 06/13/2001
Expiration Date: 06/30/2009
Summary: This demonstration provides the State the authority to obtain enhanced match for parents and relative caretakers of Medicaid and SCHIP eligible children with family income up to 200 percent of the gross federal poverty level (FPL) who are eligible for the MinnesotaCare component of PMAP+.


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Contact information and descriptions for Home- and Community-Based Services Waivers in each state.

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