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Approved Florida MMA Special Terms and Conditions (STCs)

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SFY 2010-11 LIP Primary Care Grant Application.

LIP Report by North Highland

LIP Council Recommendations to Governor and Legislature

Medicaid Supplemental Hospital Funding Programs Fiscal Year 2011-2012 Conference Committee Report on SB 2000

Council Recommendations to Governor and Legislature for SFY 2013-14

$35 Million LIP Primary Care Award

Modified Special Term and Condition 105

The program and expenditure information used for the report required under STC #105.2a was provided by the hospitals. This information has not been audited by the Agency and the reporting is anticipated to be refined in the future. The hospitals were asked by the Agency to identify programs and fiscal allocations within each hospital's operating budget that relate to non-inpatient settings such as primary care clinics. The Agency reserves the right to request additional information and or supporting documents related to the submission by the hospitals.

Status of DY 10 and DY 11 Low Income Pool Distribution Model Development

The distribution model for Demonstration Year 10 (DY 10) can be found in GAA, and the legislature will have final say in next year’s (DY 11) distribution method based on final Standard Terms and Conditions.  The documents below are related to drafts of the Special Terms and Conditions that are still being negotiated. CMS established the funding amounts and parameters for the pool and, AHCA, with extensive input from the legislative staff and stakeholders, including the Florida Hospital Association, the Safety Net Hospital Alliance of Florida and HCA, continues to negotiate the final details. Funding for the current fiscal year has been secured, and we continue to work with stakeholders and CMS on a final deal.

Please mail your comments or suggestions to:
Bureau of Medicaid Program Finance
Agency for Health Care Administration
2727 Mahan Drive, MS #23
Tallahassee, Florida 32308
Email your comments and suggestions on Medicaid reform to
LIPProvidersReports@ahca.myflorida.com