(1) The medical assistance administration (MAA) pays for the following covered services for a pregnant client and her fetus under the chemical-using pregnant (CUP) women program:
(a) Primary acute detoxification/medical stabilization;
(b) Secondary subacute detoxification/medical stabilization; and
(c) Rehabilitation treatment and services as determined by the provider.
(2) The maximum length of treatment per inpatient stay that MAA will pay for is twenty-six days, unless additional days have been preauthorized by the MAA CUP women program manager.
(3) If a client's pregnancy ends before inpatient treatment is completed, a provider may continue the client's treatment through the twenty-sixth day.
[WSR 11-14-075, recodified as § 182-533-0730, filed 6/30/11, effective 7/1/11. Statutory Authority: RCW 74.08.090
and 74.09.800. WSR 05-08-061, § 388-533-0730, filed 3/31/05, effective 5/1/05; WSR 04-11-008, § 388-533-730 (codified as WAC 388-533-0730), filed 5/5/04, effective 6/5/04.]