The latest press releases from the Department of Medical Assistance Services.
Governor Ralph Northam today announced the launch of new behavioral health services giving Medicaid members greater access to community-based care.
RICHMOND – The Virginia Department of Medical Assistance Services (DMAS) announced a new coverage option for pregnant Virginians. The new option mirrors the FAMIS MOMS benefit plan, providing comprehensive coverage for pregnant individuals who are otherwise eligible but do not meet immigration status rules.
Richmond – Substantially more people in the U.S. with opioid use disorder are receiving evidence-based treatment for the disease, but there are still considerable gaps in care along racial lines, according to the largest analysis to date of opioid use disorder among Medicaid recipients.
RICHMOND — Governor Ralph Northam today announced that more than 750,000 adult Medicaid members will have access to comprehensive dental services under a benefit that begins July 1, 2021. The Governor celebrated the launch of the new adult dental benefit during an event at the Capital Area Health Network’s Vernon J. Harris Medical and Dental Center in Richmond.
Richmond – The Virginia Department of Medical Assistance Services (DMAS) today announced the launch of a new online feature that allows website visitors to search for topics of interest in the Medicaid state plan.