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Author Topic: Ryan White Part C CAP Policy  (Read 1675 times)

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Offline smalltown66

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Ryan White Part C CAP Policy
« on: September 12, 2009, 10:46:17 AM »
Does anyone have this coverage in your state and can you tell me how it works?
I basically know that each client must turn in all receipts for every medical expense incurred for that year.  When the patient has paid out about 10 % of your total income this program kicks in and start to help pay doctor bills , testing , dental , mental health and other things.

I learned about this at a sight visit from the national committee on Ryan White services who audited my casemanagement facility. This had never been done before, and this committee insisted that this program must be implemented.

From the way I understood it and the way the casemanagers understood it we have different perceptions of how this works. Can anyone shed some light on this topic. How many of you are covered under this program?


Smalltown66
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Offline aztecan

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  • 29 years positive, 57 years a pain in the butt
Re: Ryan White Part C CAP Policy
« Reply #1 on: September 14, 2009, 09:38:46 AM »
I've never heard of this.

Its not unusual for the feds to dictate policy, but not give clear instructions about what is to be done, or why.

Hope they figure it out for you.

HUGS,

Mark
"May your life preach more loudly than your lips."
~ William Ellery Channing (Unitarian Minister)

Offline mewithu

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Re: Ryan White Part C CAP Policy
« Reply #2 on: September 14, 2009, 09:54:26 AM »
Never heard of this plan either. It really doesn't sound to bad if what your telling me it is for people who have no other insurance.
1997 is when I found out, being deathly ill. I had to go to the hospital due to extreme headache and fever. I fell coma like,  two months later weighing 95 pounds and in extreme pain and awoke to knowledge of Pancreatis, Cryptococcal Meningitis, Thrush,Severe Diarea,  Wasting, PCP pneumonia. No eating, only through tpn. Very sick, I was lucky I had good insurance with the company I worked for. I was in the hospital for three months that time. 
(2010 Now doing OK cd4=210  VL= < 75)
I have become resistant to many nukes and non nukes, Now on Reyataz, , Combivir. Working well for me not too many side effects.  I have the wasting syndrome, Fatigue  . Hard to deal with but believe it or not I have been through worse. Three Pulmonary Embolism's in my life. 2012 520 t's <20 V load

 


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