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2016 Session

Budget Bill - HB29 (Chapter 732)

Department of Medical Assistance Services

Item 300

Item 300

First Year - FY2015Second Year - FY2016
Children's Health Insurance Program Delivery (44600)$156,690,535$179,113,399
$140,710,084
Reimbursements for Medical Services Provided Under the Family Access to Medical Insurance Security Plan (44602)FY2015 $156,690,535FY2016 $179,113,399
$140,710,084
Fund Sources: 
GeneralFY2015 $40,794,373FY2016 $17,727,001
$10,910,413
Dedicated Special RevenueFY2015 $14,065,627FY2016 $14,065,627
Federal TrustFY2015 $101,830,535FY2016 $147,320,771
$115,734,044

Authority: Title 32.1, Chapter 13, Code of Virginia; Title XXI, Social Security Act, Federal Code.


A. Pursuant to Chapter 679, Acts of Assembly of 1997, the State Corporation Commission shall annually, on or before June 30, 1998, and each year thereafter, calculate the premium differential between: (i) 0.75 percent of the direct gross subscriber fee income derived from eligible contracts and (ii) the amount of license tax revenue generated pursuant to subdivision A 4 of § 58.1-2501 for the immediately preceding taxable year and notify the Comptroller of the Commonwealth to transfer such amounts to the Family Access to Medical Insurance Security Plan Trust Fund as established on the books of the State Comptroller.


B. As a condition of this appropriation, revenues from the Family Access to Medical Insurance Security Plan Trust Fund, shall be used to match federal funds for the Children's Health Insurance Program.


C. Every eligible applicant for health insurance as provided for in Title 32.1, Chapter 13, Code of Virginia, shall be enrolled and served in the program.


D. To the extent that appropriations in this Item are insufficient, the Department of Planning and Budget shall transfer general fund appropriation from Items 301 and 303, if available, into this Item, to be used as state match for federal Title XXI funds.


E. The Department of Medical Assistance Services shall make the monthly capitation payment to managed care organizations for the member months of each month in the first week of the subsequent month.


F. If any part, section, subsection, paragraph, clause, or phrase of this Item or the application thereof is declared by the United States Department of Health and Human Services or the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to be in conflict with a federal law or regulation, such decisions shall not affect the validity of the remaining portions of this Item, which shall remain in force as if this Item had passed without the conflicting part, section, subsection, paragraph, clause, or phrase.  Further, if the United States Department of Health and Human Services or the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services determines that the process for accomplishing the intent of a part, section, subsection, paragraph, clause, or phrase of this Item is out of compliance or in conflict with federal law and regulation and recommends another method of accomplishing the same intent, the Director, Department of Medical Assistance Services, after consultation with the Attorney General, is authorized to pursue the alternative method.