Claiming Medicaid in South Carolina requires that the agency should be certified as an HHA (Home Health Agency). The regulations vary in different states, which is the reason why agencies should rely on the information offered by their respective state’s Department of Human Services or Bureau of Licensing and Certification. These regulations are different in different states, but an agency should have a valid license and certification.
Governing Body: South Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (SCDHHS)
Medicaid in South Carolina is also known as Healthy Connections and provides health care coverage to seniors, blind or disabled people, women with breast and cervical cancer, children with disabilities, people seeking family planning-related services, and pregnant women.
The application process for availing Medicaid for South Carolina residents is easy, and anyone can apply online for the available Medicaid programs.
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