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(a) A state adoption subsidy does not include automatic Medicaid coverage for the child. Subsidized guardianship does not include Medicaid benefits for the child, even if the child was previously eligible for Title IV-E foster care. If the adoptive or guardianship family's insurance plan will cover the child for an additional fee, that cost will be considered in determining the amount of a subsidized adoption or guardianship payment, subject to the limit set by AS 25.23.210 .
(b) If a child is not eligible for Medicaid, and medical costs are a factor in the individual's ability to adopt or become a guardian, the department will consider the medical need when it determines the subsidy rate under 7 AAC 53.245, subject to the limit set by AS 25.23.210 .
History: Eff. 7/1/90, Register 114; am 11/16/94, Register 132; am 3/31/2005, Register 173
Authority: AS 13.26.062
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