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This guide explains two publicly funded health care programs available to Minnesotans. These programs have eligibility requirements. The two public programs are:. Medical Assistance pays for medical care for very low-income Minnesotans. There are eligibility requirements for the program. Federal and state dollars pay for MA. This program is different from Medicare, which is a federal health insurance program for people over 65 and for certain people with disabilities.
In Medical Assistance expanded its coverage to provide coverage to more low income adults. The General Assistance Medical Care program ended. To apply for MA, call or go to the human service agency in the county where you live. County agencies are listed toward the end of this brochure.
You can apply even if you are not sure that you are eligible. When you apply, you will fill out an application form and be asked for proof of some of the information you give. You also will talk with a person who works for the county agency. There are people at the county who can help you fill out the application. You can print a copy of the application from the Web at Minnesota Department of Human Services and mail it in.
Your county agency will let you know if you are eligible for assistance within 45 days 60 days if they need a disability certification; 15 days for pregnant women. If a decision is not made in that 56yr old single dad Bemidji Minnesota, the county agency will explain why in writing. If you are found to be eligible, the county will enroll you in the MA program. Every six months a county financial worker will review your situation to see if you are still eligible for health care assistance.
You must complete,date and return all forms sent to you by your county agency. If you do not, you will lose your Medical Assistance. MinnesotaCare is a health care program for uninsured working Minnesotans. MinnesotaCare does not pay for past medical bills. MinnesotaCare is for Minnesota residents who meet income and other eligibility guidelines. MinnesotaCare is paid for with state and federal tax dollars, provider taxes and premiums paid by people who are enrolled.
It takes days to process the application. Enrollees pay a monthly premium based on family size, income and the of people in their family who are covered. Coverage starts the first of the month after payment is received. Continued coverage depends on timely payment of premiums. MinnesotaCare enrollees must complete a renewal application every year. Applications require proof of income, such as federal tax forms, W-2 forms, wage statements or pay stubs.
The information you give to the county or state agency is private. No one other than you and certain personnel at government agencies may see this information. You have the right to examine your file to see if the information is correct. There are several organizations listed in the " Guide to Additional Health Care Resources " that may be able to help you. Most programs and organizations listed in the guide have eligibility requirements. Take the time to read about the various services available and contact the programs that fit your present situation.
The Medicare Savings Programs help pay premiums and certain other costs for eligible Medicare beneficiaries. Contact your county human services agency to determine if you are eligible.
The Low Income Subsidy LISoften referred to as "extra help," helps pay Medicare Part D prescription drug premiums, co-pays, co-insurance and deductibles for eligible individuals. Depending on your income and assets you may be eligible for full or partial assistance. There is no "doughnut hole" or "coverage gap" when you receive "extra help" but you may have to pay a co-pay or co-insurance. View the Social Security website or call Social Security at to determine if you are eligible to apply for assistance.
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