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Many children with medical complexity receive care in home and community-based settings. These services may be covered using Medicaid waivers. Authors of the article evaluated how states use these waivers to provide coverage to children with medical complexity and determine services offered. The findings indicate great variability in how states interpret scope of coverage and services and how this variability could impact child and family outcomes.

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To describe and compare the key features of states’ Home and Community-Based Service Medicaid Waivers