Under current "medically needy" rules, a State can offer Medicaid coverage to such persons once they have spent so much of their income on medical bills that what is left over meets the States' medically needy income standard.
What does MNIS stand for?
MNIS stands for Medically Needy Income Standard
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We have 3 other meanings of MNIS in our Acronym Attic
- Member, Nigeria Institute of Management
- Michigan Nanotechnology Institute for Medicine and Biological Sciences (Ann Arbor, MI)
- Muscle Non-Insulin-Mediated Glucose Uptake
- Member of the National Institute of Medical Herbalists
- Massachusetts Network of Information Providers
- Minnesota Independence Party
- Mexican National Institute of Public Health (Mexico)
- MTV (Music Television) Networks India Pvt., Ltd. (Viacom, Inc. subsidiary)
- Minnesota Intellectual Property Review
- Manning & Napier Information Services, LLC (est. 1995; Amherst, NY)
- Mid-Nebraska Individual Services Inc. (developmentally disabed)
- Minneapolis Neighborhood Information System (Minnesota)
- Multi-National Information Sharing
- Mixed National Institute of Standards and Technology (database of handwritten digits used for training image processing systems)
- Malaviya National Institute of Technology (Jaipur, India)
- M. Nemestrina Immunodeficiency Virus
- Medically Needy In-Home Waiver (Washington)
- Minnesota-Israel Exchange
- Mac Net Journal
- Malayan Nature Journal (est. 1940)
Samples in periodicals archive:
12 presents the States electing this option and the medically needy income standards in effect during 1991.
Generally, every dollar of income above the medically needy income standard (except for the disregards applied to earned income) has to be offset by incurred medical expenses, according to current Medicaid policy.