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Questionnaire NameAlabama Medicaid Workforce Initiative
DescriptionAlabama requests a new 5-year section 1115 demonstration which seeks to require community engagement as a condition of continued Medicaid eligibility for able-bodied parent or caretaker relative beneficiaries to improve beneficiary health outcomes and economic stability. Beneficiaries will be required to participate in 35 hours a week of community engagement activities unless the beneficiary is a parent or caretaker relative with a child under 6 years of age, lowering the requirement to 20 hours per week. Failure to comply with the requirements will result in termination of Medicaid benefits. The state is proposing a number of exemptions and exceptions. The federal public comment period will be open from September 21, 2018 through October 21, 2018.
Response FromID: #383437 on Oct 2nd 2018 9:22 am
Alabama Medicaid Workforce Initiative

Alabama Medicaid Workforce Initiative

We encourage the public to submit their comments on as they relate to demonstrations open for public comments. In support of transparency and open government, all public comments received are immediately posted and are in the public domain. Center for Medicaid and CHIP Services staff will review all public comments posted and we reserve the discretion to delete comments that are generally understood as any of the following: obscene, profane, threatening, or otherwise inappropriate.

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Open for Public Comment – 9/21/18 – 10/21/18

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The attached comments are submitted on behalf of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) and its Alabama Section. This comment letter includes citations to supporting research and documents for the benefit of CMS in reviewing our comments. We direct CMS to each of the items cited and made available to the agency through active hyperlinks, and we request that these, along with the full text of our comments, be considered part of the formal administrative record for purposes of the Administrative Procedures Act. To discuss these recommendations further, please contact Emily Eckert, ACOG Health Policy Analyst, at
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