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Indigent Care Trust Fund

The Indigent Care Trust Fund (ICTF) was established in 1990 to expand Medicaid eligibility and services, support rural and other health care providers, primarily hospitals, which serve the medically indigent, and fund primary health care programs for medically indigent Georgians. The ICTF is an umbrella program which contains the Disproportionate Share Hospital (DSH) program, nursing home provider fees, Care Management Organization (CMO) Quality Assessment Fees; Breast Cancer Tag Fees, ambulance rates and other uninsured/indigent initiatives. With ICTF funding, even uninsured people who do not qualify for Medicaid may receive health care from participating hospitals.

FY 2015 Disproportionate Share Hospital Data Survey

 

  FACT SHEET - Indigent Care Trust Fund - February 2014 - Updated 02/05/14

  ICTF Financial Revenue Activities (FY2010 - FY2013)

 

Ambulance License Fees Revenue and Expense Report

Publishing report in compliance with SB 479


SFY2014 Payments - Posted 01/13/14

SFY2013 Payments - Updated 06/27/13

SFY2012 Payments

Other ICTF Resources

Presentations

Rules

  111-3-6-.01 and 111-3-6-.03 Rules
This posting will serve as publication of the newly amended rules (effective March 23, 2008) until they are officially published by the Secretary of State. Please refer to http://rules.sos.state.ga.us for the official publication of all State Rules and Regulations.

ICTF Rules