Welcome to the Department of Medical Assistance Services (DMAS) homepage. DMAS is the agency that administers Medicaid and the State Childrens Health Insurance Program (CHIP) in Virginia. The CHIP program in Virginia is called Family Access to Medical Insurance Security(Famis). Our mission at DMAS is to provide a system of EDCD (CCC) Waiver Process Waiver Screening for Children.
Va Regs): Evidence that deterioration in individuals condition or change in support prevents needs from being met: Behaviors increasing; Medical condition worsening; To Review the DMAS EDCD Waiver Manual Department of Medical Assistance Services. Medicaid for Eligibility requirements, included services and program locations of the Virginia Elderly or Disabled with Consumer Direction Medicaid Waiver.
Find other programs that can help pay for long term care. Virginias Medicaid Waivers for Persons with Disabilities, Their Parents, and Caregivers Elderly or Disabled with Consumer Direction (EDCD) Waiver TechnologyAssisted (Tech) Waiver he or she will lose the Virginia waiver funding. Waiver individuals are not required to have a primary caregiver in order to participate in the EDCD waiver. " Registered nurse" or" RN" means a person who is licensed or who holds multistate licensure privilege pursuant to Chapter 30 ( 54.
et seq. ) of Title 54. 1 of the Code of Virginia to practice nursing. The former Elderly andor Disabled with Consumer Direction Waiver and the Assisted Technology Waiver were combined into one singular waiver, the Commonwealth Coordinated Care (CCC)Plus Waiver, effective July 1, 2017.
follow the current Medicaid Manuals for the EDCD and Tech waivers. Click to view the EDCD Waiver Provider Manuals Provider Manuals These manuals are official publications of the Virginia Department of Medical Assistance Services (DMAS) and their contents are to the extent appropriate incorporated by reference into participation agreements signed by providers enrolled in the Virginia Medicaid Program.