42 CFR 457.355 - Presumptive eligibility.

§ 457.355 Presumptive eligibility.
(a) General rule. Consistent with subpart D of this part, the State may pay costs of coverage under a separate child health program, during a period of presumptive eligibility for children applying for coverage under the separate child health program, pending the screening process and a final determination of eligibility (including applicants found through screening to be potentially eligible for Medicaid)
(b) Expenditures for coverage during a period of presumptive eligibility. Expenditures for coverage during a period of presumptive eligibility implemented in accordance with § 435.1102 of this chapter may be considered as expenditures for child health assistance under the plan.
[66 FR 2675, Jan. 11, 2001, as amended at 66 FR 33823, June 25, 2001]

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