CMS recently issued guidance about how to build and maintain worker registries, i.e., management platforms that make qualified health workers easy to find so that more individuals who receive Medicaid-covered home and community-based services (HCBS) can receive care in settings of their choice. Worker registries are designed to answer these questions: Who is qualified to provide HCBS in each state and how can Medicaid recipients find them?


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