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House Roll Call 616 on
2001 House Bill 4057

To concur with a Senate-passed version of the bill, which includes the nursing home background check provision, and adds the “Michigan Medicaid Quality Assurance Assessment” (MMQAA) program announced by Gov. Engler on April 9, 2002. The program would impose a fee on nursing homes of $2.77 per bed daily. This would generate $44.7 million annually, which would enable the state to collect $55.6 million in new federal revenue. The entire amount of $100.7 million would then be returned to nursing homes in the form of a seven-percent increase in Medicaid reimbursements. However, the new fee would also apply to nursing homes that do not have any Medicaid-funded residents, and these would therefore not receive additional funds. Federal law requires that these assessments be established in state law in order to receive the additional money.

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