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Financial Eligibility
Medicaid Resource and Income Disregards
When determining eligibility for Medicaid in New York state, the local district determines the gross income and resources of the applicant, and then deducts certain items which may be disregarded.  If any of these disregards apply to a particular applicant, then they may be eligible for...
Financial maintenance requirements at application and renewal
 In September, 2011, NYS Department of Health (DOH) clarified the administrative directive 10ADM-06 Standardized Financial Maintenance Requirements for Medicaid Applicants/Recipients,  which in June, 2010,  established a standardized methodology by which local social...
Maintaining Community Medicaid (Non-Chronic Care) Budgeting During Temporary Nursing Home Stays
Many Medicaid recipients are admitted to nursing homes but plan to return to their homes in their community. Financially, it is important for them to maintain community Medicaid budgeting so that they can continue to pay rent, utility, and other living expenses to preserve their apartment or home...
Medicaid Alerts & Other Protocols published by the NYC HRA Medical Insurance and Community Services Administration (MICSA)
HRA MICSA Alerts are periodic announcements of policy, staff and office changes published by the Medical Insurance and Community Services Administration (MICSA). MICSA is the part of New York City’s Human Resource Administration (HRA) that administers HRA’s medically- related programs such as...
New York Medicaid Expansion under the ACA ... and other 2013 budget changes
This year’s Health Budget makes significant changes to New York’s Medicaid program – expanding eligibility to 133% of the federal poverty law (FPL) and changing budgeting rules and enrollment processes for Medicaid and Child Health Plus (CHP) to conform to the Affordable Care Act. The...
AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) and other AIDS/HIV Subsidy Programs
AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) What are ADAPs? AIDS Drug Assistance Programs (ADAPs) provide HIV-related prescription drugs to low-income people with HIV/AIDS who have limited or no prescription drug coverage. With more than 210,000 enrollees nationally in FY 2013, ADAPs reach...

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