Nevada

State of Hepatitis C
Medicaid Access:

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Nevada

Liver damage restrictions

Fee-For-Service (FFS) and Primary Care Case Management (PCCM) do not have liver damage requirements. One Managed Care Organization (MCO), Amerigroup, complies with Nevada Division of Health Care Financing and Policy’s mandate to follow FFS criteria and does not have liver damage requirements. Two MCOs, Health Plan of Nevada and SilverSummit Healthplan, do not provide hepatitis C coverage criteria publicly.

Sobriety restrictions

FFS/PCCM do not impose sobriety restrictions. One MCO, Amerigroup, complies with Nevada Division of Health Care Financing and Policy’s mandate to follow FFS criteria and does not impose sobriety restrictions. Two MCOs, Health Plan of Nevada and SilverSummit Healthplan, do not provide hepatitis C coverage criteria publicly.

Prescriber restrictions

FFS/PCCM do not impose prescribing requirements. One MCO, Amerigroup, complies with Nevada Division of Health Care Financing and Policy’s mandate to follow FFS criteria and does not impose prescribing restrictions. Two MCOs, Health Plan of Nevada and SilverSummit Healthplan, do not provide hepatitis C coverage criteria publicly.

Recommendations

  • Maintain open access to hepatitis C medications and mandated coverage parity across the FFS and MCO programs.
  • Require all MCOs to make their hepatitis C coverage criteria publicly available.

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