The federal government's share for most Medicaid services is determined by the Federal Medical Assistance Percentage (FMAP).
What does FMAP stand for?
FMAP stands for Federal Medical Assistance Percentage
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- Fire Marshals Association of North America (also known as IFMA)
- Fuel Merchants Association of New Jersey
- Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources (Nigeria)
- Federación Mundial de Asociaciones de las Naciones Unidas (Spanish)
- Fédération Mondiale des Associations pour les Nations Unies (French)
- Farmers and Merchants Bancorp, Inc. (Ohio)
- Formation Musicale Assistée par Ordinateur (French: Computer Aided Musical Training)
- Fabrica Militar de Armas Portatiles
- Fabrication Menuiserie Aluminium et Pose (French: Aluminium Joinery Manufacture and Installation)
- Fan Marker Approach
- Financial Management Assistance Project
- Florida Market Assistance Plan
- Future of Marine Animal Populations (Halifax, NS, Canada)
- Functional Maximal Aerobic Power Test
- Financial Management Assessment Questionnaire
- Flight Management Attitude Questionnaire
- Ferromagnetic Anti-Resonance
- Financial Management and Accountability Regulations (Australia)
- First Mariner Bancorp
- Flexibacter maritimus
Samples in periodicals archive:
We found a strong relationship between the federal share of funding, called the Federal Medical Assistance Percentage, and Medicaid enrollment for children over the past decade," says Davis, who is senior author on the paper.
For a time, federal stopgap funds--the "enhanced" Federal Medical Assistance Percentage (FMAP) that expired on June 30--reduced, but could not fill this void.
1586) will provide about $16 billion in Federal Medical Assistance Percentage funds and about $10 billion to prevent layoffs of teachers.
Federal Medical Assistance Percentages (FMAP) Contingency Plan: The prospects for federal Medicaid assistance of $1 billion have improved but the budget includes a contingency plan against the potential loss of these funds with spending cuts.
The bill, called the Federal Medical Assistance Percentages extension, or FMAP extension, would extend funding from the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act of 2009 - the stimulus package - to state Medicaid programs, as well as programs to help preserve the jobs of teachers, police officers, firefighters and other public employees.
States that choose to begin enrolling these newly eligible adults before 2014 will receive federal matching payments at the regular Federal Medical Assistance Percentage (FMAP) rate.
State-assistance programs like the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) and Federal Medical Assistance Percentages (FMAP) are included in the bill and will not be offset because they are considered to be emergency funding.