WAC 182-500-0095

Effective October 1, 2013

WAC 182-500-0095 Medical assistance definitions -- R.



"Reasonably compatible" means the amount of a person's self-attested income (as defined in WAC 182-500-0100) and the amount of a person's income verified via electronic data sources are either both above or both below the applicable income standard for Washington apple health (WAH). When self-attested income is less than the standard for WAH, but income from available data sources is more than the WAH standard, or when the self-attested income cannot be verified via electronic data sources, the self-attested income is considered not reasonably compatible.

"Regional support network (RSN)" means a single or multiple-county authority or other entity operating as a prepaid health plan through which the agency or the agency's designee contracts for the delivery of community outpatient and inpatient mental health services system in a defined geographic area.

"Retroactive period" means approval of medical coverage for any or all of the retroactive period. A client may be eligible only in the retroactive period or may have both current eligibility and a separate retroactive period of eligibility approved.

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