Non-Title XIX/XXI Clients
(1)State-funded clients are clients who have not qualified for medical assistance through a federal program but have access to medical benefits through state funded programs. There are two categories of clients who are in State-funded programs.
(2)Program General Assistance (GA) clients: Program GA clients are children in foster care, in Services to Children and Families (SCF) custody, who are not eligible for Title XIX/Title XXI programs. They have access to the full range of Medicaid covered services, but payment for services provided may be different from that for Title XIX/Title XXI clients. For additional reimbursement information see the Hospital Services Supplemental Information on the Division of Medical Assistance Programs (Division) web site.
(3)Program SF clients: Program SF clients are individuals who are receiving treatment in a state facility, such as Oregon State Hospital, or the Eastern Oregon Training Center. These clients may need to receive hospital care outside the state facility. They are entitled to the full range of Medicaid covered hospital services. These individuals will be referred by the state facility for services. They do not have Medical Care Identification cards. They are not enrolled in a Fully Capitated Health Plan. The state facility from which the client is transferred will contact the hospital regarding billing instructions for these clients.
Rule 410-125-0041 — Non-Title XIX/XXI Clients,