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Title 182 WAC

Last Update: 6/26/14

HEALTH CARE AUTHORITY

Chapters

Public records.
Procedures.
Eligible and noneligible employees.
State resident—Medicare supplement.
Practice and procedure.
Standards for community health clinics.
Washington health plan and basic health plan administration.
Washington health plan.
Basic health plan.
Washington basic health plan.
Washington health insurance partnership (HIP) program.
Prescription drug programs.
Health technology assessment program.
Patient decision aids.
WASHINGTON APPLE HEALTH
Medical definitions.
Administration of medical programs—General.
Administration of medical programs—Providers.
Provider audits and appeals.
Persons eligible for medical assistance.
Certification periods and change of circumstance.
Family, children, pregnancy and women's medical programs.
Medical financial responsibility.
Medical assistance programs for noncitizens.
Adult medical and chemical dependency.
Income and resources.
Supplemental security income.
Health care for workers with disabilities (HWD).
SSI-related medical.
Client not in own home—Institutional medical.
Long-term care for families and children.
Alternate living—Institutional medical.
Trusts, annuities, and life estates—Effect on medical programs.
Medicare-related medical eligibility.
Medically needy and spenddown.
Fraud referrals and overpayments.
Medical extensions.
Administrative hearing rules for medical services programs.
Estate recovery and pre death liens.
Prescription drugs (outpatient).
Physician-related services.
Reproductive health/family planning only/TAKE CHARGE.
Maternity-related services.
Early and periodic screening, diagnosis and treatment (EPSDT).
Dental-related services.
Orthodontic services.
School services.
Managed care.
HIV/AIDS related services.
Kidney disease program and kidney center services.
Durable medical equipment and related supplies, complex rehabilitation technology, prosthetics, orthotics, medical supplies and related services.
Vision care.
Therapies.
Transportation services.
Hearing aids.
Federally qualified health centers.
Rural health clinics.
Hospital services.
Alternatives to hospital services.
Respiratory care.
Home infusion therapy/parenteral nutrition program.
Enteral nutrition program.
Medical care—Other services provided.
Health homes.