North Dakota is a rural state and studies have indicated that in some instances it can be hard to find certain types of health care providers, regardless of what insurance a person might have.
Comments will be used as part of a process that will measure and track access to health care providers and services.
There are five areas where feedback is needed:
- Primary care services (provided by a physician, nurse practitioner, physician assistant, federally-qualified health center, clinic, or dental provider)
- Physician specialty services (cardiology, urology, and radiology)
- Behavioral health services (mental health and substance abuse services)
- Pre and post-natal childbirth services (pregnancy, childbirth, and post-delivery care)
- Home health services (transition services from a hospital to a home setting)
North Dakota's Medicaid Access Monitoring Plan 2019 (1.83MB pdf)
North Dakota's Medicaid Access Monitoring Plan 2016 (5 MB pdf) - submitted to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) on Oct. 1, 2016
Medical Services Division
North Dakota Department of Human Services
600 E Boulevard Ave, Dept 325
Bismarck, ND 58505-0250
ND Relay TTY: 711