LD 595 LR 848(01)
Resolve, To Ensure That Access to Oral and Facial Ambulatory Surgical Centers in Maine Remains Viable
Preliminary Fiscal Impact Statement for Original Bill
Sponsor: Sen. Stewart of Aroostook
Committee: Health and Human Services
Fiscal Note Required: Yes
Preliminary Fiscal Impact Statement
FY 2020-21 FY 2021-22 FY 2022-23 Projections  FY 2023-24 Projections  FY 2024-25
Net Cost (Savings)
General Fund $31,234 $148,115 $147,806 $147,806 $147,806
General Fund $31,234 $148,115 $147,806 $147,806 $147,806
Federal Expenditures Fund $88,210 $329,659 $329,968 $329,968 $329,968
Federal Expenditures Fund $88,210 $329,659 $329,968 $329,968 $329,968
Fiscal Detail and Notes
The Department of Health and Human Services will require General Fund appropriations of $31,234 in fiscal year
2020-21, $148,115 in fiscal year 2021-22 and $147,806 in fiscal year 2022-23 for the Department of Health and
Human Services to amend its reimbursement rate under the MaineCare program for dental code 41899 to $1,250 per procedure for freestanding ambulatory surgical centers performing procedures on the dentoalveolar structure. Federal Expenditures Fund allocations will also be required for the FMAP match.

As this is an emergency bill, this estimate assumes an April 1, 2021 effective date. The costs in SFY 2020-21 will
change with the effective date.