2014 Snapshot of Healthcare Financing for Healthy Homes in the United States

In the spring of 2014, the National Center for Healthy Housing (NCHH) conducted a nationwide survey to identify states where healthcare financing for lead poisoning follow-up or home-based asthma services is already in place or pending.

The survey results are summarized in two reports:

·       Healthcare Financing of Healthy Homes: Findings from a 2014 Nationwide Survey of State Reimbursement PoliciesThis full-length report documents current policies regarding reimbursement for environmental health services in the homes of people with asthma and children exposed to lead. It contains the project’s complete findings and methodology, as well as a wealth of supporting information.

·       Healthcare Financing of Healthy Homes: Recommendations for Increasing the Number of States with Medicaid Coverage of Lead Follow-Up and Home-Based Asthma ServicesThis shorter report highlights opportunities for increasing access to these benefits. It includes an executive summary with key findings and several recommendations for galvanizing an increased healthcare investment in lead follow-up and home-based asthma services.

Click on the map below to find out what we learned from key stakeholders in your state about Medicaid reimbursement for home-based asthma or lead poisoning services. Note that all answers are self-reported and that reimbursement policies may have changed since the time of the survey. You can also visit the case studies page.


Hover over each state for status of reimbursement for home-based asthma and lead poisoning
follow-up services. Click on a state for more information.



For additional links and information about each state's Medicaid and Children's Health Insurance Program policies, click here.

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