Home care businesses are eligible for Medicaid reimbursement if they are a certified Home Health Agency (HHA). States have issued checklists regarding licensing and certification that should be considered by the home care service providers. Moreover, as per Medicaid in Alabama, some of the non-medical private-duty agencies could be offered waivers regarding certifications.
Home care agencies or startups should get the required details from their state’s Human Service Department or the Bureau of Licensing and Certification.
Governing Body: Alabama Medicaid
Medicaid programs in Alabama are funded by the state and federal government and provide health coverage for seniors, pregnant women, parents, children, disabled people, and caregivers. Anyone outside these groups, even with low-income, is not covered under Medicaid.
The application process for accessing Medicaid is not complex; anyone can apply for Medicaid programs by visiting Insure Alabama.
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