State MCH-Medicaid Coordination Toolkit:
Title V and Title XIX Interagency Agreements


Title V and Title XIX logoPurpose. This toolkit supplements an environmental scan of State Interagency Agreements (IAAs) of Title V and Medicaid programs and supports the report: State MCH-Medicaid Coordination: A Review of Title V and Title XIX Interagency Agreements, 2nd edition. It includes access to the final report, full-text, current IAAs (collected from the MCH Title V Block Grant FY 2016 Application/FY 2014 Annual Reports) and the 36 IAAs used in the scan, a searchable database, recommendations, and additional resources

Background. Title V programs complement Medicaid in many ways, including (1) providing gap-filling services to enrollees, (2) assisting in the identification of potentially eligible beneficiaries, and (3) creating an infrastructure in communities to ensure that the capacity exists to support the delivery of quality health care services for women and children.

A key factor in assuring coordination and mutual support can be the Interagency Agreement (IAA), required in both Title V and Title XIX legislation, between the State agencies (or divisions within a State agency) that administer the two programs.

Contact John Richards for additional information on this project.

NEW! The MCH Navigator has compiled learning opportunities to support the development of IAAs. See MCH-Medicaid Coordination: Training Brief.

This toolkit consists of:


Report: Printer-Friendly Version

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. 2008. State MCH-Medicaid Coordination: A Review of Title V and Title XIX Interagency Agreements (2nd edition). Click More to download PDFs.


Full-Text State IAAs

Current IAAs. These documents were collected from the MCH Title V Block Grant FY 2016 Application/FY 2014 Annual Reports for use in the Building Bridges: A Systems Approach for Improving Oral Health Outcomes project.

IAAs Used in the Environmental Scan. These IAAs were used to develop the report, State MCH-Medicaid Coordination: A Review of Title V and Title XIX Interagency Agreements (2nd edition), and supplemental materials (e.g., the IAA database, resources for writing/revising your State IAA).

Alabama
Kansas
North Dakota
Arizona
Kentucky
Ohio
California
Louisiana
Oklahoma
Colorado*
Maryland
Oregon
Connecticut*
Michigan
Rhode Island*
Florida
Minnesota
South Carolina
Georgia
Mississippi
South Dakota*
Hawaii
Missouri*
Utah
Idaho
Nebraska
Virginia
Illinois*
New Mexico
Washington
Indiana
New York
Wisconsin
Iowa*
North Carolina
Wyoming

* Indicates that the PDF is made up of several individual IAAs developed within the State


Database of State IAAs

The State IAAs used in the environmental scan have been summarized as they correspond to the Code of Federal Regulations. See a Summary of All State IAAs or use the following fields alone or in combination to search the database:

Keyword:

State/Region:


(regions are listed at the end of the alphabetical state listing)

 

 


Resources for Writing/Revising Your State IAA

Use the following resources to begin the process of developing or reworking a State Title V/Title XIX IAA:

  • State Intake Form: This document outlines a "model" IAA for States to begin the process of updating or creating a new IAA. Use this document to become familiar with the components of successful IAAs. Once you have reviewed this document, you will be ready to use the "Model IAA" below.
  • Model IAA: Copy and paste text from this document to add to you current IAA or to create a new document using a framework that follows the Code of Federal Regulations and "promising practices" examples from other States.

Additional Resources

Glossary of Title V/Title XIX Terms. This list of terms related to Title V and Title XIX is not meant to be comprehensive, but to serve as an introductory quick-reference.

Title V and Medicaid: Compared (at a glance). Highlights of the Title V and Medicaid programs are presented to aid in obtaining a clearer view of each program's mandates, requirements, foci, and strengths.

Title V and Medicaid: Methods of Coordination. There are many common strategies in which Title V works with Medicaid to increase access to care. These strategies can be organized in terms of the four-tiered MCH Pyramid of Health Services.

Title V and Medicaid: Legislation. Summary of Requirements for Title V and Title XIX Coordination | Overarching Federal Legislation, Regulations, and Policy.

Title V and Medicaid Resources. Links to additional websites and electronic documents to aid in understanding Title V, Medicaid, and how the two programs can coordinate successfully.


State MCH-Medicaid Coordination Toolkit: Title V and Title XIX Interagency Agreements

Author: John Richards, M.A., AITP, NCEMCH 2008, Updated January 2011, July 2013, September 2015, July 2016