The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services recently rejected Wyoming’s request for a Section 1115 waiver to expand Medicaid coverage for air ambulance transportation to all Wyoming residents. The agency said the proposal was a departure from the program’s core historical mission to provide coverage to the Medicaid-eligible population and did not indicate that the demonstration would be budget neutral as required.

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