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Kansas Statutes Chapter 75. State Departments; Public Officers and Employees § 75-7409. State plan for medical assistance, designated agency; cooperation with federal government

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(a) The department of health and environment shall be designated as the single state agency with responsibility for supervising and administering the state plan for medical assistance under the federal social security act, 42 U.S.C. § 1396 et seq., and amendments thereto.  The department of health and environment shall develop state plans, as provided under the federal social security act, whereby the state cooperates with the federal government in its program of assisting the states financially in furnishing medical assistance and services to eligible individuals.

(b) The department of health and environment shall undertake to cooperate with the federal government on any other federal program providing federal financial assistance and services for medical assistance not inconsistent with this act.  The department of health and environment is not required to develop a state plan for participation or cooperation in all federal social security act programs relating to medical assistance or other available federal programs that relate to medical assistance.

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