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District of Columbia plan for medical assistance under title XIX proposed
Chart comparing State financial eligibility factors, estimated persons
Children's Convalescent Hospital, District of Columbia, Dr. Frederic F.
Kerr, Dr. Lorin E., chairman, District of Columbia Public Health
Robinson, William A., assistant corporation counsel_
Guild of Prescription Opticians of Washington, D.C., Alfred Teunis, presi-
Robert T. Freeman Dental Society, Inc., of the District of Columbia, Dr.
MATERIAL SUBMITTED FOR THE RECORD
Christ Child Society, Inc., of Washington, D.C., Mrs. Albert J. Headley, Page
Reeder, Helen E., director, letter to Chairman Dowdy--
chairman, legislative committee, letter dated March 30, 1967, to Chair-
Letter dated May 1, 1967, to clerk, summarizing proposed District
Commissioners, transmitting proposed District of Columbia
4, 1967, advising of status of proposed District of Columbia plan_-- 122
Letter dated March 10, 1967, to Chairman McMillan on H.R. 3972_
tive director, letter dated March 31, 1967, to Congressman Horton---- 91
William T. Hannan, letter dated March 23, 1967, to Chairman Dowdy-- 66
Sprunt, president, letter dated April 20, 1967, to Chairman Dowdy---- 93
board of directors, letter dated March 24, 1967, to Chairman Dowdy--- 68
Robert D. Ragsdale, executive director, letter dated March 29, 1967, to
Demary, executive director, letter dated April 3, 1967, to Chairman
for the board of directors, letter dated March 30, 1967, to Congressman
Washington Hospital Center, Gilbert Hahn, Jr., president, board of
MEDCAL CARE UNDER 1965 SOCIAL SECURITY
TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 1967
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
SUBCOMMITTEE No. 3 OF THE
Washington, D.C. The Subcommittee met, pursuant to notice, at 11:00 o'clock, a.m., in Room 1310, Longworth House Office Building, Honorable John Dowdy, presiding.
Present: Representatives Dowdy (Chairman), Abernethy, Horton, Zwach, Springer and Horton.
Also present: James T. Clark, Clerk; Hayden S. Garber, Counsel; Sara Watson, Assistant Counsel; Donald Tubridy, Min. Clerk; Leonard O. Hilder, Investigator.
Mr. Dowdy. We will take up the so-called Medicaid Bills, H.R. 3972 by Mr. McMillan and H.R. 6818 by Mr. Nelsen. These bills will be made a part of the record at this point, along with a staff memorandum thereon.
(H.R. 3972 and H.R. 6818 and the staff memorandum follow :) (H.R. 3972, 90th Cong., 1st sess., by Mr. McMillan on January 26, 1967, and
H.R. 6818, by Mr. Nelsen on March 8, 1967) A BILL To enable the District of Columbia to participate in the health and medical
assistance benefits made available by the Social Security Amendments of 1965, and for other purposes
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Board of Commissioners of the District of Columbia is hereby authorized, within available appropriations and allotted funds, to take such action and to promulgate such rules and regulations as may be necessary to permit District of Columbia participation in, and to secure for the District of Columbia the health and medical assistance benefits made available by, titles XVIII and XIX of the Social Security Act, as amended, notwithstanding any other provision of law establishing (1) a durational residency requirement, (2) a means test, (3) per diem or other periodic rates for the inpatient or outpatient care or treatment of the medically needy (by which term is meant those whose income and resources are insufficient to meet the cost of necessary medical services), or (4) the financial responsibility of relatives of the medically needy, for persons provided health and medical care and treatment by or at the expense of the District of Columbia.
MARCH 10, 1967.
STAFF MEMORANDUM ON H.R. 3972
FOREWORD (1) The Social Security amendments of 1965, approved July 30, 1965 (P.L. 89–97; 79 Stat. 286) opened the door to the States and to the District of Colum