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The Clara collection is a 2022 novelty from the Jasba brand that interprets classic and geometric tile patterns in a modern-romantic way. The 22 motifs in total feature sophisticated reliefs combined with glossy glazes, creating visually and haptically interesting effects on the wall. In pleasant tone-in-tone colours, the series enables versatile applications in different style worlds.Classic motifs and modern technologyThe essential characteristic of the new collection is a mix of 22 classic patterns. These are transferred to the tiles by means of sophisticated production technology and form a haptically perceptible relief on delicately tinted glazes. The result is filigree ceramic ornamental tiles that create a gently lively overall picture in the random mix. In combination with the carefully selected colours, Jasba-Clara creates an aesthetic ambience that subtly translates familiar elements into contemporary romance and comfort. The tiles are made of stoneware, a high-quality and robust type of ceramic that looks distinct and fresh in this style.Attractive and individual accentuation The new collection creates attractive highlights on both small and large surfaces. It is suitable for all private and numerous public areas. Examples include ambitious shopfitting, hotels, restaurants, sanitary rooms and other applications where wall surfaces of a special kind are in demand. There are two square formats to choose from, which perfectly set the scene for the pattern mix theme:The 10x10cm mosaic is precisely made up, glued to mesh on the back and then supplied as a 30x30 cm sheet. This not only supports an exact joint pattern, but also enables quick and efficient installation. Each 30x30 cm sheet contains nine 10x10 cm tiles, whereby the arrangement and distribution of the patterns is deliberately random in order to achieve discreet liveliness and playful lightness. In the 15x15 cm format, the delivery form consists of individual tiles (also randomly mixed). In the 15x15 cm format, the delivery form consists of individual tiles (also randomly mixed).Special features and advantagesLike many series in the range, the Jasba-Clara collection comes with Hytect already applied at the factory. This innovative finish reduces cleaning effort, eliminates air pollutants and odours and has an antibacterial effect without the use of chemical substances. Ceramic tiles with Hytect thus offer important ecological and economic added value.

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Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation (ASPE), Report to Congress on the Medicaid Health Home State Plan Option, (Washington, DC: Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation, May 2018), -resource-center/medicaid-state-technical-assistance/health-home-information-resource-center/downloads/medicaidhomehealthstateplanoptionrtc.pdf

Mississippi reported a total MCO penetration rate of 46.2% in the 2022 survey compared to 99.4% in the 2021 survey (and 76.3% in the 2020 survey), noting that to contain costs during the pandemic, MCO enrollees with no utilization were shifted to FFS unless they elected to stay enrolled with an MCO.

For this section regarding MCO penetration rates, 2021 survey data were used for the two states that did not respond to the 2022 survey (Arkansas and Georgia) and for two states (North Carolina and Virginia) that did not provide complete data for the MCO penetration rate question. Also, data for Washington is based on our own calculations using July 2022 data reported on the Apple Health Client Eligibility dashboard.

We asked states to indicate whether the following specified delivery system and payment reform initiatives were in place as of July 1, 2022: patient-centered medical home (PCMH); Health Home (under ACA section 2703); Accountable Care Organization (ACOs); episode of care; and all-payer claims database.

Three states reported addition of CCBHCs in FY 2022 or FY 2023: Kansas, New Mexico, and West Virginia. The Medicaid Certified Community Behavioral Health Center (CCBHC) Medicaid demonstration program aims to improve the availability and quality of ambulatory behavioral health services and to provide coordinated care across behavioral and physical health. CCBHCs provide a comprehensive range of nine types of services. The CCBHC demonstration program was first established by the Protecting Access to Medicare Act of 2014; more recently, the 2022 Bipartisan Safer Communities Act allocated funds for additional planning grants to states to participate in the demonstration.

Three states reported adoption of the CoCM model in FY 2022 or FY 2023: Illinois, Texas, and Wisconsin. Collaborative care models are evidence-based and generally include care coordination, care management, monitoring and treatment, and regularly scheduled psychiatric review and consultation for patients who do not show improvement.

The 10 states are: California, Colorado, Kansas, Maine, Maryland, Montana, Nevada, Ohio, Oregon, and South Carolina. The American Rescue Plan Act provided a new option for states to provide community-based mobile crisis intervention services, with 85% federal matching funds for these services for the first three years. On September 12, 2022, Oregon became the first state to receive CMS approval of this new Medicaid option.

Wash. Admin. Code 182-550-4550, -administrative-code/title-182-health-care-authority/washington-apple-health/chapter-182-550-hospital-services/section-182-550-4550-effective1012022administrative-day-rate-and-swing-bed-day-rate

The 7 states are: Arizona, Colorado, Illinois, Nebraska, New York, Ohio, and Utah. In addition, Louisiana began covering skin substitutes for chronic diabetic lower extremity ulcers (FY 2022) and Nevada plans to provide a limited dental benefit to adults with diabetes, if approved by CMS (FY 2023).

See: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, Opportunities in Medicaid and CHIP to Address Social Determinants of Health (SDOH), Baltimore, MD: Department of Health and Human Services, January 2021, -policy-guidance/downloads/sho21001.pdf

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Letter to Jacey Cooper, Chief Deputy Director, Health Care Programs, California Department of Health Care Services, from Deputy Administrator and Director, Daniel Tsai (December 29, 2021), -1115-demonstrations/downloads/ca-calaim-ext-appvl-12292021.pdf

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Letter to Amanda Cassel Kraft, Assistant Secretary, MassHealth, from CMS Administrator, Chiquita Brooks-LaSure (September 28, 2022), -1115-demonstrations/downloads/ma-masshealth-ca1.pdf

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Letter to Dana Hittle, Interim Medicaid Director, Oregon Health Authority, from CMS Administrator, Chiquita Brooks-LaSure (September 28, 2022), -1115-demonstrations/downloads/or-health-plan-09282022-ca.pdf

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Letter to Jami Snyder, Director, Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System, from Deputy Administrator and Director, Daniel Tsai (October 14, 2022), -1115-demonstrations/downloads/az-hccc-ca-10142022.pdf

10 states reported having an ambulance tax in place in FY 2022: CA, KY, LA, MA, MI, MO, OK, TN, UT, and VT. MA was still awaiting CMS approval at the time of the survey but planned to implement the tax retroactively to FY 2022.

Effective January 1, 2022, Business and Professions Code (BPC) Section 23401.5 authorizes the holder of an on-sale license for a bona fide public eating place that has off-sale privileges, and licensed beer manufacturers, licensed wine manufacturer, or licensed craft distillers that operate a bona fide public eating place at its premises of production to have the following increased off-sale privileges subject to specified requirements:

Licensees whose off-sale privileges are restricted due to operating conditions or other statutory restrictions are prohibited from exercising privileges, including those in this statute, that are contrary to their operating conditions. The temporary COVID-19 regulatory relief which allowed on-sale licensees to sell alcoholic beverages to-go regardless of their operating conditions will end on December 31, 2021. Effective January 1, 2022, licensees cannot sell non-manufacturer sealed to-go alcoholic beverages unless they meet the requirements set forth in BPC 23104.5. Licensees that would like to exercise the to-go privileges but have operating conditions prohibiting them from doing so, must contact their local district office to request a Condition Modification (see BPC 23803) utilizing Change in License Information/Licensed Premises (Form ABC-244). 041b061a72


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