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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...
"MAGI" Medicaid Eligibility under the Affordable Care Act - Rules for Most People Under age 65 Without Medicare
Medicaid eligibility rules changed significantly on January 1, 2014 for some New Yorkers as a result of the Affordable Care Act’s eligibility expansion and streamlining provisions. The expansion only applies to a population called the "MAGI" population. Generally, the new rules do NOT apply to...
Medicaid & Medicare: Maximizing Coverage for Disabled Clients
Maximizing health coverage for DAP clients: Before and after winning the case     Outline prepared by Geoffrey Hale and Cathy Roberts - updated August 2012   This outline is intended to assist Disability Advocacy Program (DAP) advocates maximize health insurance coverage for...
New York Dramatically Expands Mandatory Managed Care for Medicaid Beneficiaries
Many people who used to be exempt from mandatory enrollment in Medicaid managed care have been receiving notices in summer and fall 2012 telling them that their exemption has ended, and that they now have 30 days to enroll in a managed care plan.   This type of managed care is sometimes...
"FIDA (Fully-Integrated Dual Advantage)" - Managed Care Expansion for Dual Eligibles in NYC Metro Area - Delayed Until Jan. 2015
Fully Integrated Dual Advantage demonstration program has started: NYC and Nassau (Region I), with the first "voluntary" opt-i enrollment effective January 2015, and "passive enrollment" scheduled for those who do not OPT OUT on April 1, 2015. 2-27-2015 NEWS: Westchester & Suffolk...


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