Free Notification of Waiver Program Termination - Wisconsin


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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES Division of Long Term Care F-22638 (07/2008)

STATE OF WISCONSIN 42 CFR 431

NOTIFICATION OF WAIVER PROGRAM TERMINATION
DATE: TO:
Applicant/Participant Name

FROM:
Name of Waiver Agency Staff/Supervisor

RE:

NOTICE OF DECISION

EFFECTIVE DATE:
Medicaid Termination Date

_______________________________________ (agency name) has determined that your participation in the Medicaid community waivers program (CIP 1A/1B, BIW, CIP II, COP-W, CLTS) must be terminated. This decision has been made for the reason(s) indicated below: 1. You no longer meet Medicaid financial/non-financial eligibility criteria--Explain:

2.

You no longer meet Medicaid waiver program functional/level of care eligibility criteria--Explain:

3.

You no longer reside in an eligible living arrangement1--Explain:

4.

You have failed to meet post-eligibility requirements for continued program participation (service plan not signed, cost share payments not made, spenddown not met, etc.)--Explain:

5. 6.

You have notified the agency that you have decided to discontinue waiver program participation. Other reason--Specify:

Important: See the reverse/page 2 of this notice for an explanation of your rights.

1

When an individual moves to an ineligible living arrangement, the action of termination may be initiated without advance notice (see 42 CFR 431.213 (c)). This means the agency notice can give an effective termination date shorter than 10 days.

F-22638 (07/2008)

Page 2

EXPLANATION OF PARTICIPANT RIGHTS State notice requirements and appeal process:

1. 2.

You have a right to a written notice, at least 10 days in advance, any time your Medicaid community waiver services are to be reduced or terminated. If you disagree with the decision or believe the decision is wrong, under Wisconsin law (Chapter 227) you have the right to request a hearing in writing or in person from the state Division of Hearings and Appeals. To request a hearing, contact the state at the address below: Division of Hearings and Appeals PO Box 7875 Madison WI 53707 (608) 266-3096

3.

You may receive help with your request for a hearing from your care manager/support and service coordinator or from: The Board on Aging and Long Term Care Ombudsman Program 1402 Pankratz St., Suite 111 Madison, Wisconsin 53704-4001 1-800-815- 0015 (Toll-free) OR Disability Rights Wisconsin 16 N. Carroll Street, Suite 400 Madison, Wisconsin 53703 1-800-928-8778 (Toll-free, voice or TDD) OR (Milwaukee area) Disability Rights Wisconsin 6737 West Washington Street, Suite 3230 Milwaukee, WI 53214 414-773-4646 or 1-800-708-3034

4. 5.

In order to continue to receive services from the Medicaid community waiver program you must request a hearing from the state before the effective date listed on this notice. If you request a hearing on a termination of services and those services continue to be provided, if the termination is upheld at the hearing you may be required to reimburse the Department for the Medicaid waiver funded services you received during the period between the effective date of the notice and the date of the hearing decision (42 CFR 431.230). You must request a hearing no later than 45 days from the effective date of this notice. A request for a hearing made later than 45 days from the effective date of this notice may not be heard. You may represent yourself or be represented at the hearing, conference or fact finding by an attorney, a friend or any person of your choosing. If you fail to appear, or if your representative fails to appear, at the hearing without good cause, your appeal may be dismissed.

6. 7.

Right to request a county grievance:

You also have the right to request a county grievance to discuss the agency action. Your county agency must inform you of the county grievance process and help you with the grievance if you request assistance. Important: A county grievance is not the same as a hearing from the state. While the county grievance process may help you resolve a disagreement with the agency action, requesting the county grievance may not delay the service reduction or termination. To continue to receive the services that are ending you must request a hearing from the state as described above.