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Full Text of HB5007  97th General Assembly


Sen. Kwame Raoul

Filed: 5/23/2012





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2    AMENDMENT NO. ______. Amend House Bill 5007 by replacing
3everything after the enacting clause with the following:
4    "Section 5. If and only if Senate Bill 2840, AS AMENDED, of
5the 97th General Assembly becomes law, then the Illinois Public
6Aid Code is amended by changing Sections 5-1.4, 5-2, 5-2.03,
715-1, 15-2, 15-5, and 15-11 as follows:
8    (305 ILCS 5/5-1.4)
9    Sec. 5-1.4. Moratorium on eligibility expansions.
10Beginning on January 25, 2011 (the effective date of Public Act
1196-1501) this amendatory Act of the 96th General Assembly,
12there shall be a 4-year 2-year moratorium on the expansion of
13eligibility through increasing financial eligibility
14standards, or through increasing income disregards, or through
15the creation of new programs which would add new categories of
16eligible individuals under the medical assistance program in



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1addition to those categories covered on January 1, 2011 or
2above the level of any subsequent reduction in eligibility.
3This moratorium shall not apply to expansions required as a
4federal condition of State participation in the medical
5assistance program or to expansions approved by the federal
6government that are financed entirely by units of local
7government and federal matching funds. If the State of Illinois
8finds that the State has borne a cost related to such an
9expansion, the unit of local government shall reimburse the
10State. All federal funds associated with an expansion funded by
11a unit of local government shall be returned to the local
12government entity funding the expansion, pursuant to an
13intergovernmental agreement between the Department of
14Healthcare and Family Services and the local government entity.
15Within 10 calendar days of the effective date of this
16amendatory Act of the 97th General Assembly, the Department of
17Healthcare and Family Services shall formally advise the
18Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services of the passage of
19this amendatory Act of the 97th General Assembly. The State is
20prohibited from submitting additional waiver requests that
21expand or allow for an increase in the classes of persons
22eligible for medical assistance under this Article to the
23federal government for its consideration beginning on the 20th
24calendar day following the effective date of this amendatory
25Act of the 97th General Assembly until January 25, 2015.
26(Source: P.A. 96-1501, eff. 1-25-11.)



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1    (305 ILCS 5/5-2)  (from Ch. 23, par. 5-2)
2    Sec. 5-2. Classes of Persons Eligible. Medical assistance
3under this Article shall be available to any of the following
4classes of persons in respect to whom a plan for coverage has
5been submitted to the Governor by the Illinois Department and
6approved by him:
7        1. Recipients of basic maintenance grants under
8    Articles III and IV.
9        2. Persons otherwise eligible for basic maintenance
10    under Articles III and IV, excluding any eligibility
11    requirements that are inconsistent with any federal law or
12    federal regulation, as interpreted by the U.S. Department
13    of Health and Human Services, but who fail to qualify
14    thereunder on the basis of need or who qualify but are not
15    receiving basic maintenance under Article IV, and who have
16    insufficient income and resources to meet the costs of
17    necessary medical care, including but not limited to the
18    following:
19            (a) All persons otherwise eligible for basic
20        maintenance under Article III but who fail to qualify
21        under that Article on the basis of need and who meet
22        either of the following requirements:
23                (i) their income, as determined by the
24            Illinois Department in accordance with any federal
25            requirements, is equal to or less than 70% in



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1            fiscal year 2001, equal to or less than 85% in
2            fiscal year 2002 and until a date to be determined
3            by the Department by rule, and equal to or less
4            than 100% beginning on the date determined by the
5            Department by rule, of the nonfarm income official
6            poverty line, as defined by the federal Office of
7            Management and Budget and revised annually in
8            accordance with Section 673(2) of the Omnibus
9            Budget Reconciliation Act of 1981, applicable to
10            families of the same size; or
11                (ii) their income, after the deduction of
12            costs incurred for medical care and for other types
13            of remedial care, is equal to or less than 70% in
14            fiscal year 2001, equal to or less than 85% in
15            fiscal year 2002 and until a date to be determined
16            by the Department by rule, and equal to or less
17            than 100% beginning on the date determined by the
18            Department by rule, of the nonfarm income official
19            poverty line, as defined in item (i) of this
20            subparagraph (a).
21            (b) All persons who, excluding any eligibility
22        requirements that are inconsistent with any federal
23        law or federal regulation, as interpreted by the U.S.
24        Department of Health and Human Services, would be
25        determined eligible for such basic maintenance under
26        Article IV by disregarding the maximum earned income



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1        permitted by federal law.
2        3. Persons who would otherwise qualify for Aid to the
3    Medically Indigent under Article VII.
4        4. Persons not eligible under any of the preceding
5    paragraphs who fall sick, are injured, or die, not having
6    sufficient money, property or other resources to meet the
7    costs of necessary medical care or funeral and burial
8    expenses.
9        5.(a) Women during pregnancy, after the fact of
10    pregnancy has been determined by medical diagnosis, and
11    during the 60-day period beginning on the last day of the
12    pregnancy, together with their infants and children born
13    after September 30, 1983, whose income and resources are
14    insufficient to meet the costs of necessary medical care to
15    the maximum extent possible under Title XIX of the Federal
16    Social Security Act.
17        (b) The Illinois Department and the Governor shall
18    provide a plan for coverage of the persons eligible under
19    paragraph 5(a) by April 1, 1990. Such plan shall provide
20    ambulatory prenatal care to pregnant women during a
21    presumptive eligibility period and establish an income
22    eligibility standard that is equal to 133% of the nonfarm
23    income official poverty line, as defined by the federal
24    Office of Management and Budget and revised annually in
25    accordance with Section 673(2) of the Omnibus Budget
26    Reconciliation Act of 1981, applicable to families of the



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1    same size, provided that costs incurred for medical care
2    are not taken into account in determining such income
3    eligibility.
4        (c) The Illinois Department may conduct a
5    demonstration in at least one county that will provide
6    medical assistance to pregnant women, together with their
7    infants and children up to one year of age, where the
8    income eligibility standard is set up to 185% of the
9    nonfarm income official poverty line, as defined by the
10    federal Office of Management and Budget. The Illinois
11    Department shall seek and obtain necessary authorization
12    provided under federal law to implement such a
13    demonstration. Such demonstration may establish resource
14    standards that are not more restrictive than those
15    established under Article IV of this Code.
16        6. Persons under the age of 18 who fail to qualify as
17    dependent under Article IV and who have insufficient income
18    and resources to meet the costs of necessary medical care
19    to the maximum extent permitted under Title XIX of the
20    Federal Social Security Act.
21        7. Persons who are under 21 years of age and would
22    qualify as disabled as defined under the Federal
23    Supplemental Security Income Program, provided medical
24    service for such persons would be eligible for Federal
25    Financial Participation, and provided the Illinois
26    Department determines that:



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1            (a) the person requires a level of care provided by
2        a hospital, skilled nursing facility, or intermediate
3        care facility, as determined by a physician licensed to
4        practice medicine in all its branches;
5            (b) it is appropriate to provide such care outside
6        of an institution, as determined by a physician
7        licensed to practice medicine in all its branches;
8            (c) the estimated amount which would be expended
9        for care outside the institution is not greater than
10        the estimated amount which would be expended in an
11        institution.
12        8. Persons who become ineligible for basic maintenance
13    assistance under Article IV of this Code in programs
14    administered by the Illinois Department due to employment
15    earnings and persons in assistance units comprised of
16    adults and children who become ineligible for basic
17    maintenance assistance under Article VI of this Code due to
18    employment earnings. The plan for coverage for this class
19    of persons shall:
20            (a) extend the medical assistance coverage for up
21        to 12 months following termination of basic
22        maintenance assistance; and
23            (b) offer persons who have initially received 6
24        months of the coverage provided in paragraph (a) above,
25        the option of receiving an additional 6 months of
26        coverage, subject to the following:



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1                (i) such coverage shall be pursuant to
2            provisions of the federal Social Security Act;
3                (ii) such coverage shall include all services
4            covered while the person was eligible for basic
5            maintenance assistance;
6                (iii) no premium shall be charged for such
7            coverage; and
8                (iv) such coverage shall be suspended in the
9            event of a person's failure without good cause to
10            file in a timely fashion reports required for this
11            coverage under the Social Security Act and
12            coverage shall be reinstated upon the filing of
13            such reports if the person remains otherwise
14            eligible.
15        9. Persons with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome
16    (AIDS) or with AIDS-related conditions with respect to whom
17    there has been a determination that but for home or
18    community-based services such individuals would require
19    the level of care provided in an inpatient hospital,
20    skilled nursing facility or intermediate care facility the
21    cost of which is reimbursed under this Article. Assistance
22    shall be provided to such persons to the maximum extent
23    permitted under Title XIX of the Federal Social Security
24    Act.
25        10. Participants in the long-term care insurance
26    partnership program established under the Illinois



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1    Long-Term Care Partnership Program Act who meet the
2    qualifications for protection of resources described in
3    Section 15 of that Act.
4        11. Persons with disabilities who are employed and
5    eligible for Medicaid, pursuant to Section
6    1902(a)(10)(A)(ii)(xv) of the Social Security Act, and,
7    subject to federal approval, persons with a medically
8    improved disability who are employed and eligible for
9    Medicaid pursuant to Section 1902(a)(10)(A)(ii)(xvi) of
10    the Social Security Act, as provided by the Illinois
11    Department by rule. In establishing eligibility standards
12    under this paragraph 11, the Department shall, subject to
13    federal approval:
14            (a) set the income eligibility standard at not
15        lower than 350% of the federal poverty level;
16            (b) exempt retirement accounts that the person
17        cannot access without penalty before the age of 59 1/2,
18        and medical savings accounts established pursuant to
19        26 U.S.C. 220;
20            (c) allow non-exempt assets up to $25,000 as to
21        those assets accumulated during periods of eligibility
22        under this paragraph 11; and
23            (d) continue to apply subparagraphs (b) and (c) in
24        determining the eligibility of the person under this
25        Article even if the person loses eligibility under this
26        paragraph 11.



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1        12. Subject to federal approval, persons who are
2    eligible for medical assistance coverage under applicable
3    provisions of the federal Social Security Act and the
4    federal Breast and Cervical Cancer Prevention and
5    Treatment Act of 2000. Those eligible persons are defined
6    to include, but not be limited to, the following persons:
7            (1) persons who have been screened for breast or
8        cervical cancer under the U.S. Centers for Disease
9        Control and Prevention Breast and Cervical Cancer
10        Program established under Title XV of the federal
11        Public Health Services Act in accordance with the
12        requirements of Section 1504 of that Act as
13        administered by the Illinois Department of Public
14        Health; and
15            (2) persons whose screenings under the above
16        program were funded in whole or in part by funds
17        appropriated to the Illinois Department of Public
18        Health for breast or cervical cancer screening.
19        "Medical assistance" under this paragraph 12 shall be
20    identical to the benefits provided under the State's
21    approved plan under Title XIX of the Social Security Act.
22    The Department must request federal approval of the
23    coverage under this paragraph 12 within 30 days after the
24    effective date of this amendatory Act of the 92nd General
25    Assembly.
26        In addition to the persons who are eligible for medical



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1    assistance pursuant to subparagraphs (1) and (2) of this
2    paragraph 12, and to be paid from funds appropriated to the
3    Department for its medical programs, any uninsured person
4    as defined by the Department in rules residing in Illinois
5    who is younger than 65 years of age, who has been screened
6    for breast and cervical cancer in accordance with standards
7    and procedures adopted by the Department of Public Health
8    for screening, and who is referred to the Department by the
9    Department of Public Health as being in need of treatment
10    for breast or cervical cancer is eligible for medical
11    assistance benefits that are consistent with the benefits
12    provided to those persons described in subparagraphs (1)
13    and (2). Medical assistance coverage for the persons who
14    are eligible under the preceding sentence is not dependent
15    on federal approval, but federal moneys may be used to pay
16    for services provided under that coverage upon federal
17    approval.
18        13. Subject to appropriation and to federal approval,
19    persons living with HIV/AIDS who are not otherwise eligible
20    under this Article and who qualify for services covered
21    under Section 5-5.04 as provided by the Illinois Department
22    by rule.
23        14. Subject to the availability of funds for this
24    purpose, the Department may provide coverage under this
25    Article to persons who reside in Illinois who are not
26    eligible under any of the preceding paragraphs and who meet



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1    the income guidelines of paragraph 2(a) of this Section and
2    (i) have an application for asylum pending before the
3    federal Department of Homeland Security or on appeal before
4    a court of competent jurisdiction and are represented
5    either by counsel or by an advocate accredited by the
6    federal Department of Homeland Security and employed by a
7    not-for-profit organization in regard to that application
8    or appeal, or (ii) are receiving services through a
9    federally funded torture treatment center. Medical
10    coverage under this paragraph 14 may be provided for up to
11    24 continuous months from the initial eligibility date so
12    long as an individual continues to satisfy the criteria of
13    this paragraph 14. If an individual has an appeal pending
14    regarding an application for asylum before the Department
15    of Homeland Security, eligibility under this paragraph 14
16    may be extended until a final decision is rendered on the
17    appeal. The Department may adopt rules governing the
18    implementation of this paragraph 14.
19        15. Family Care Eligibility.
20            (a) Through December 31, 2013, a caretaker
21        relative who is 19 years of age or older when countable
22        income is at or below 185% of the Federal Poverty Level
23        Guidelines, as published annually in the Federal
24        Register, for the appropriate family size. Beginning
25        January 1, 2014, a caretaker relative who is 19 years
26        of age or older when countable income is at or below



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1        133% of the Federal Poverty Level Guidelines, as
2        published annually in the Federal Register, for the
3        appropriate family size. A person may not spend down to
4        become eligible under this paragraph 15.
5            (b) Eligibility shall be reviewed annually.
6            (c) Caretaker relatives enrolled under this
7        paragraph 15 in families with countable income above
8        150% and at or below 185% of the Federal Poverty Level
9        Guidelines shall be counted as family members and pay
10        premiums as established under the Children's Health
11        Insurance Program Act.
12            (d) Premiums shall be billed by and payable to the
13        Department or its authorized agent, on a monthly basis.
14            (e) The premium due date is the last day of the
15        month preceding the month of coverage.
16            (f) Individuals shall have a grace period through
17        60 days of coverage to pay the premium.
18            (g) Failure to pay the full monthly premium by the
19        last day of the grace period shall result in
20        termination of coverage.
21            (h) Partial premium payments shall not be
22        refunded.
23            (i) Following termination of an individual's
24        coverage under this paragraph 15, the following action
25        is required before the individual can be re-enrolled:
26                (1) A new application must be completed and the



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1            individual must be determined otherwise eligible.
2                (2) There must be full payment of premiums due
3            under this Code, the Children's Health Insurance
4            Program Act, the Covering ALL KIDS Health
5            Insurance Act, or any other healthcare program
6            administered by the Department for periods in
7            which a premium was owed and not paid for the
8            individual.
9                (3) The first month's premium must be paid if
10            there was an unpaid premium on the date the
11            individual's previous coverage was canceled.
12        The Department is authorized to implement the
13    provisions of this amendatory Act of the 95th General
14    Assembly by adopting the medical assistance rules in effect
15    as of October 1, 2007, at 89 Ill. Admin. Code 125, and at
16    89 Ill. Admin. Code 120.32 along with only those changes
17    necessary to conform to federal Medicaid requirements,
18    federal laws, and federal regulations, including but not
19    limited to Section 1931 of the Social Security Act (42
20    U.S.C. Sec. 1396u-1), as interpreted by the U.S. Department
21    of Health and Human Services, and the countable income
22    eligibility standard authorized by this paragraph 15. The
23    Department may not otherwise adopt any rule to implement
24    this increase except as authorized by law, to meet the
25    eligibility standards authorized by the federal government
26    in the Medicaid State Plan or the Title XXI Plan, or to



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1    meet an order from the federal government or any court.
2        16. Subject to appropriation, uninsured persons who
3    are not otherwise eligible under this Section who have been
4    certified and referred by the Department of Public Health
5    as having been screened and found to need diagnostic
6    evaluation or treatment, or both diagnostic evaluation and
7    treatment, for prostate or testicular cancer. For the
8    purposes of this paragraph 16, uninsured persons are those
9    who do not have creditable coverage, as defined under the
10    Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, or
11    have otherwise exhausted any insurance benefits they may
12    have had, for prostate or testicular cancer diagnostic
13    evaluation or treatment, or both diagnostic evaluation and
14    treatment. To be eligible, a person must furnish a Social
15    Security number. A person's assets are exempt from
16    consideration in determining eligibility under this
17    paragraph 16. Such persons shall be eligible for medical
18    assistance under this paragraph 16 for so long as they need
19    treatment for the cancer. A person shall be considered to
20    need treatment if, in the opinion of the person's treating
21    physician, the person requires therapy directed toward
22    cure or palliation of prostate or testicular cancer,
23    including recurrent metastatic cancer that is a known or
24    presumed complication of prostate or testicular cancer and
25    complications resulting from the treatment modalities
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1    services are not considered to need treatment. "Medical
2    assistance" under this paragraph 16 shall be identical to
3    the benefits provided under the State's approved plan under
4    Title XIX of the Social Security Act. Notwithstanding any
5    other provision of law, the Department (i) does not have a
6    claim against the estate of a deceased recipient of
7    services under this paragraph 16 and (ii) does not have a
8    lien against any homestead property or other legal or
9    equitable real property interest owned by a recipient of
10    services under this paragraph 16.
11        17. Persons who, pursuant to a waiver approved by the
12    Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human
13    Services, are eligible for medical assistance under Title
14    XIX or XXI of the federal Social Security Act.
15    Notwithstanding any other provision of this Code and
16    consistent with the terms of the approved waiver, the
17    Illinois Department, may by rule:
18            (a) Limit the geographic areas in which the waiver
19        program operates.
20            (b) Determine the scope, quantity, duration, and
21        quality, and the rate and method of reimbursement, of
22        the medical services to be provided, which may differ
23        from those for other classes of persons eligible for
24        assistance under this Article.
25            (c) Restrict the persons' freedom in choice of
26        providers.



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1    In implementing the provisions of Public Act 96-20, the
2Department is authorized to adopt only those rules necessary,
3including emergency rules. Nothing in Public Act 96-20 permits
4the Department to adopt rules or issue a decision that expands
5eligibility for the FamilyCare Program to a person whose income
6exceeds 185% of the Federal Poverty Level as determined from
7time to time by the U.S. Department of Health and Human
8Services, unless the Department is provided with express
9statutory authority.
10    The Illinois Department and the Governor shall provide a
11plan for coverage of the persons eligible under paragraph 7 as
12soon as possible after July 1, 1984.
13    The eligibility of any such person for medical assistance
14under this Article is not affected by the payment of any grant
15under the Senior Citizens and Disabled Persons Property Tax
16Relief and Pharmaceutical Assistance Act or any distributions
17or items of income described under subparagraph (X) of
18paragraph (2) of subsection (a) of Section 203 of the Illinois
19Income Tax Act. The Department shall by rule establish the
20amounts of assets to be disregarded in determining eligibility
21for medical assistance, which shall at a minimum equal the
22amounts to be disregarded under the Federal Supplemental
23Security Income Program. The amount of assets of a single
24person to be disregarded shall not be less than $2,000, and the
25amount of assets of a married couple to be disregarded shall
26not be less than $3,000.



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1    To the extent permitted under federal law, any person found
2guilty of a second violation of Article VIIIA shall be
3ineligible for medical assistance under this Article, as
4provided in Section 8A-8.
5    The eligibility of any person for medical assistance under
6this Article shall not be affected by the receipt by the person
7of donations or benefits from fundraisers held for the person
8in cases of serious illness, as long as neither the person nor
9members of the person's family have actual control over the
10donations or benefits or the disbursement of the donations or
12    Notwithstanding any other provision of this Code, if the
13United States Supreme Court holds Title II, Subtitle A, Section
142001(a) of Public Law 111-148 to be unconstitutional, or if a
15holding of Public Law 111-148 makes Medicaid eligibility
16allowed under Section 2001(a) inoperable, the State or a unit
17of local government shall be prohibited from enrolling
18individuals in the Medical Assistance Program as the result of
19federal approval of a State Medicaid waiver on or after the
20effective date of this amendatory Act of the 97th General
21Assembly, and any individuals enrolled in the Medical
22Assistance Program pursuant to eligibility permitted as a
23result of such a State Medicaid waiver shall become immediately
25    Notwithstanding any other provision of this Code, if an Act
26of Congress that becomes a Public Law eliminates Section



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12001(a) of Public Law 111-148, the State or a unit of local
2government shall be prohibited from enrolling individuals in
3the Medical Assistance Program as the result of federal
4approval of a State Medicaid waiver on or after the effective
5date of this amendatory Act of the 97th General Assembly, and
6any individuals enrolled in the Medical Assistance Program
7pursuant to eligibility permitted as a result of such a State
8Medicaid waiver shall become immediately ineligible.
9(Source: P.A. 96-20, eff. 6-30-09; 96-181, eff. 8-10-09;
1096-328, eff. 8-11-09; 96-567, eff. 1-1-10; 96-1000, eff.
117-2-10; 96-1123, eff. 1-1-11; 96-1270, eff. 7-26-10; 97-48,
12eff. 6-28-11; 97-74, eff. 6-30-11; 97-333, eff. 8-12-11;
13revised 10-4-11.)
14    (305 ILCS 5/5-2.03)
15    Sec. 5-2.03. Presumptive eligibility. Beginning on the
16effective date of this amendatory Act of the 96th General
17Assembly and except where federal law requires presumptive
18eligibility, no adult may be presumed eligible for medical
19assistance under this Code and the Department may not cover any
20service rendered to an adult unless the adult has completed an
21application for benefits, all required verifications have been
22received, and the Department or its designee has found the
23adult eligible for the date on which that service was provided.
24Nothing in this Section shall apply to pregnant women or to
25persons enrolled under the medical assistance program due to



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1expansions approved by the federal government that are financed
2entirely by units of local government and federal matching
4(Source: P.A. 96-1501, eff. 1-25-11.)
5    (305 ILCS 5/15-1)  (from Ch. 23, par. 15-1)
6    Sec. 15-1. Definitions. As used in this Article, unless the
7context requires otherwise:
8    (a) (Blank). "Base amount" means $108,800,000 multiplied
9by a fraction, the numerator of which is the number of days
10represented by the payments in question and the denominator of
11which is 365.
12    (a-5) "County provider" means a health care provider that
13is, or is operated by, a county with a population greater than
15    (b) "Fund" means the County Provider Trust Fund.
16    (c) "Hospital" or "County hospital" means a hospital, as
17defined in Section 14-1 of this Code, which is a county
18hospital located in a county of over 3,000,000 population.
19(Source: P.A. 87-13; 88-85; 88-554, eff. 7-26-94.)
20    (305 ILCS 5/15-2)  (from Ch. 23, par. 15-2)
21    Sec. 15-2. County Provider Trust Fund.
22    (a) There is created in the State Treasury the County
23Provider Trust Fund. Interest earned by the Fund shall be
24credited to the Fund. The Fund shall not be used to replace any



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1funds appropriated to the Medicaid program by the General
3    (b) The Fund is created solely for the purposes of
4receiving, investing, and distributing monies in accordance
5with this Article XV. The Fund shall consist of:
6        (1) All monies collected or received by the Illinois
7    Department under Section 15-3 of this Code;
8        (2) All federal financial participation monies
9    received by the Illinois Department pursuant to Title XIX
10    of the Social Security Act, 42 U.S.C. 1396b, attributable
11    to eligible expenditures made by the Illinois Department
12    pursuant to Section 15-5 of this Code;
13        (3) All federal moneys received by the Illinois
14    Department pursuant to Title XXI of the Social Security Act
15    attributable to eligible expenditures made by the Illinois
16    Department pursuant to Section 15-5 of this Code; and
17        (4) All other monies received by the Fund from any
18    source, including interest thereon.
19    (c) Disbursements from the Fund shall be by warrants drawn
20by the State Comptroller upon receipt of vouchers duly executed
21and certified by the Illinois Department and shall be made
23        (1) For hospital inpatient care, hospital outpatient
24    care, care provided by other outpatient facilities
25    operated by a county, and disproportionate share hospital
26    adjustment payments made under Title XIX of the Social



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1    Security Act and Article V of this Code as required by
2    Section 15-5 of this Code;
3        (1.5) For services provided or purchased by county
4    providers pursuant to Section 5-11 of this Code;
5        (2) For the reimbursement of administrative expenses
6    incurred by county providers on behalf of the Illinois
7    Department as permitted by Section 15-4 of this Code;
8        (3) For the reimbursement of monies received by the
9    Fund through error or mistake;
10        (4) For the payment of administrative expenses
11    necessarily incurred by the Illinois Department or its
12    agent in performing the activities required by this Article
13    XV;
14        (5) For the payment of any amounts that are
15    reimbursable to the federal government, attributable
16    solely to the Fund, and required to be paid by State
17    warrant; and
18        (6) For hospital inpatient care, hospital outpatient
19    care, care provided by other outpatient facilities
20    operated by a county, and disproportionate share hospital
21    adjustment payments made under Title XXI of the Social
22    Security Act, pursuant to Section 15-5 of this Code.
23        (7) For medical care and related services provided
24    pursuant to a contract with a county.
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1    (305 ILCS 5/15-5)  (from Ch. 23, par. 15-5)
2    Sec. 15-5. Disbursements from the Fund.
3    (a) The monies in the Fund shall be disbursed only as
4provided in Section 15-2 of this Code and as follows:
5        (1) To the extent that such costs are reimbursable
6    under federal law, to pay the county hospitals' inpatient
7    reimbursement rates based on actual costs incurred,
8    trended forward annually by an inflation index.
9        (2) To the extent that such costs are reimbursable
10    under federal law, to pay county hospitals and county
11    operated outpatient facilities for outpatient services
12    based on a federally approved methodology to cover the
13    maximum allowable costs.
14        (3) To pay the county hospitals disproportionate share
15    hospital adjustment payments as may be specified in the
16    Illinois Title XIX State plan.
17        (3.5) To pay county providers for services provided or
18    purchased pursuant to Section 5-11 of this Code.
19        (4) To reimburse the county providers for expenses
20    contractually assumed pursuant to Section 15-4 of this
21    Code.
22        (5) To pay the Illinois Department its necessary
23    administrative expenses relative to the Fund and other
24    amounts agreed to, if any, by the county providers in the
25    agreement provided for in subsection (c).
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1    according to a federally approved State plan, including but
2    not limited to payments made under the provisions of
3    Section 701(d)(3)(B) of the federal Medicare, Medicaid,
4    and SCHIP Benefits Improvement and Protection Act of 2000.
5    Intergovernmental transfers supporting payments under this
6    paragraph (6) shall not be subject to the computation
7    described in subsection (a) of Section 15-3 of this Code,
8    but shall be computed as the difference between the total
9    of such payments made by the Illinois Department to county
10    providers less any amount of federal financial
11    participation due the Illinois Department under Titles XIX
12    and XXI of the Social Security Act as a result of such
13    payments to county providers.
14    (b) The Illinois Department shall promptly seek all
15appropriate amendments to the Illinois Title XIX State Plan to
16maximize reimbursement, including disproportionate share
17hospital adjustment payments, to the county providers.
18    (c) (Blank).
19    (d) The payments provided for herein are intended to cover
20services rendered on and after July 1, 1991, and any agreement
21executed between a qualifying county and the Illinois
22Department pursuant to this Section may relate back to that
23date, provided the Illinois Department obtains federal
24approval. Any changes in payment rates resulting from the
25provisions of Article 3 of this amendatory Act of 1992 are
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11992, and any agreement executed between a qualifying county
2and the Illinois Department pursuant to this Section may be
3effective as of that date.
4    (e) If one or more hospitals file suit in any court
5challenging any part of this Article XV, payments to hospitals
6from the Fund under this Article XV shall be made only to the
7extent that sufficient monies are available in the Fund and
8only to the extent that any monies in the Fund are not
9prohibited from disbursement and may be disbursed under any
10order of the court.
11    (f) All payments under this Section are contingent upon
12federal approval of changes to the Title XIX State plan, if
13that approval is required.
14(Source: P.A. 95-859, eff. 8-19-08.)
15    (305 ILCS 5/15-11)
16    Sec. 15-11. Uses of State funds.
17    (a) At any point, if State revenues referenced in
18subsection (b) or (c) of Section 15-10 or additional State
19grants are disbursed to the Cook County Health and Hospitals
20System, all funds may be used only for the following:
21        (1) medical services provided at hospitals or clinics
22    owned and operated by the Cook County Health and Hospitals
23    System Bureau of Health Services; or
24        (2) information technology to enhance billing
25    capabilities for medical claiming and reimbursement; or .



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1        (3) services purchased by county providers pursuant to
2    Section 5-11 of this Code.
3    (b) State funds may not be used for the following:
4        (1) non-clinical services, except services that may be
5    required by accreditation bodies or State or federal
6    regulatory or licensing authorities;
7        (2) non-clinical support staff, except as pursuant to
8    paragraph (1) of this subsection; or
9        (3) capital improvements, other than investments in
10    medical technology, except for capital improvements that
11    may be required by accreditation bodies or State or federal
12    regulatory or licensing authorities.
13(Source: P.A. 95-859, eff. 8-19-08.)
14    Section 99. Effective date. This Act takes effect upon
15becoming law; however, no part of this Act takes effect before
16the date on which Senate Bill 2840, AS AMENDED, of the 97th
17General Assembly becomes law.".