Medicaid capitation rates are “actuarially sound” if, for business for which the certification is being prepared and for the period covered by the certification, projected capitation rates, and other revenue sources provide for all reasonable, appropriate, and attainable costs. For purposes of this definition, other revenue sources include, but are not limited to, expected reinsurance and governmental stop loss cash flows, governmental risk adjustment cash flows, and investment income. For purposes of this definition, costs include, but are not limited to, health benefits; health benefit settlement expenses; administrative expenses; government- mandated assessments, fees, and taxes; and the cost of capital. (Medicaid Managed-Care Capitation – Rate Development and Certification)
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