Everything You Wanted to Know About the ACA and Medicaid Enrollment
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Everything You Wanted to Know About the ACA and Medicaid Enrollment Health Insurance Marketplace Beginning in 2014, the Affordable Care Act has a mandate for most individuals to have health insurance or potentially pay a penalty. Individuals will be required to maintain minimum essential coverage for themselves and their dependents. Some individuals will be exempt from the mandate/penalty, while others will be eligible for financial assistance to help pay for the cost of insurance. Minimum essential coverage is Medicare, Medicaid, Tricare, employer sponsored plans, or plans available on the health insurance market. It does not include health insurance coverage consisting of excepted benefits like dental-only plans or Plan First. Who can apply on the Marketplace? Individuals who are a U.S. citizen or have lawful presence. Individuals must live in the state whose marketplace they are applying through and cannot be incarcerated. Apply Online: Healthcare.gov Questions? phone: 800-318-2596 When is the open enrollment period? The first open enrollment period is from October 1, 2013 – March 31, 2014. The next open enrollment period is from October 15, 2014-December 7, 2014 and will occur annually. What are the criteria for special enrollment periods outside of open enrollment? Marriage, change in dependents, loss of an exemption, loss of minimum essential coverage, change in immigration status, newly eligible for premium tax credits or cost sharing reduction, gain access to new QHP’s as a result of a permanent move. Who is considered part of a “household”? A household is the same as the tax filing unit. If you are married, you must file a joint return for the coverage year you are requesting tax credits. If you have not filed taxes in previous years you can still apply for tax credits but must file taxes for the years you are requesting advanced tax credits. What information will be needed to apply on the Marketplace? For all household members you will need name, date of birth, social security number (or document numbers for legal immigrants), employer and income information, policy numbers for any current health insurance plan covering members of the household. You should get an Employer Coverage Tool completed for every job based plan you or someone in your household is eligible for.
What is a Qualified Health Plan? Qualified Health Plans will be available on the Marketplace. There will be different levels that will cover a percentage of costs- premiums, copayments, coinsurance, and deductibles. Bronze 60% Silver 70% Gold 80% Platinum 90% Marketplace Qualified Health Plans must have at least the 10 Essential Health Benefits and cover certain preventive services without charging a copayment or coinsurance, even if you haven’t met your yearly deductible when services provided within network. There is also a Catastrophic Plan available for individuals who are under 30 or receive a hardship waiver. It will include 3 primary care visits until consumers meet plan's deductible. What are premium tax credits? A tax credit which can be immediately applied to pay the cost of health insurance premiums. Who is eligible for a premium tax credit? Individuals with income between 100-400% of federal poverty level. [Note: Medicaid expansion should be in effect around April 2014- this will provide Medicaid coverage to US Citizens/5 year permanent residents with incomes below 138% federal poverty level.] Individuals with income below 100% of FPL and are ineligible for Medicaid based on immigration status (still need lawful presence) may purchase exchange coverage and receive tax credits. Is an employee whose employer offers insurance eligible for the premium tax credit? An employee is eligible for tax credits if their employer insurance offer for single-only (individual) coverage is unaffordable (more than 9.5% of their W-2 income) regardless of whether they are actually enrolled in their employer’s plan. If the plan is dropped, this qualifies as a special enrollment event, so the employee can purchase a QHP (with tax credits) outside the open enrollment period. What are cost sharing reductions? Individuals can receive a reduction in copayments, deductibles and other out of pocket expenses. If the household income is below 250% of federal poverty level (FPL) and they have selected a silver plan, you are eligible for the following reductions: • 94% reduction with income up to 150% of FPL • 87% reduction with income up to 151-200% of FPL • 73% reduction with income up to 201%-250% of FPL.
How is income calculated or what is Modified Adjusted Gross Income (MAGI)? Your Modified Adjusted Gross Income is your adjusted gross income (wages/salary, self- employment, RSDI, unemployment benefits, spousal support, deduct alimony) plus foreign earned income and tax-exempt interest. Not included in the Adjusted Gross Income- child support, veteran's benefits, worker's compensation, adoption subsidy Under the Marketplace Exchange, your budget period is projected and annual. There is NO asset test on the Marketplace. What is the penalty for not enrolling in a QHP? In 2014, the penalty will be 1% of income or $95/adult ($285/family), whichever is higher. In 2015, $325/adult ($975/family); in 2016 it will increase to 2.5% of income or $695/adult ($2085/family). What are some of the exemptions to the penalty? Marketplace exemptions include: healthcare sharing ministry, incarceration, tribal affiliation, religious objection and other hardship- premium greater than 8% of income after tax credits, recent eviction, domestic violence victim, unexpected expense of caring for an ill or disabled family member. IRS exemptions include: actual income below filing threshold (in 2012 less than $9,750 for single person under 65), unlawful presence, no insurance coverage for less than 3 months, incarceration, healthcare sharing ministry or tribal affiliation. When will insurance purchased through the marketplace become active? If enrolled and premium paid by12/15/13 the effective date is 1/1/14. Thereafter the 1 st -15 th day of the month will be effective the 1 st day of the following month. The 16th day to the last day of the month will be effective the 1st day of the 2nd following month. (For example, enrolled and premium paid on 2/15/14 will be effective 3/1/14; if enrolled and paid on 2/16/14 will be effective 4/1/14.) If identity cannot be verified online, what forms of identification will be accepted? The following will be accepted: Identification card, school ID, voter registration card, passport. Or 2 of the following: birth certificate, social security card, divorce decree, employee ID, high school/college diploma, property title or deed. Reasons to request an extension for requested verifications- missing SSA card, missing birth certificate, inconsistent income, inconsistent address- the Marketplace will ask about time needed to get missing documents For what reasons can an individual appeal a decision made by the marketplace? They can file an appeal if they disagree with the eligibility determination, are denied an exemption or received an untimely notice of eligibility determination.
What changes should be reported to the marketplace? A change in income, tax filing unit or relocation. How does the renewal process work? A renewal notice will be sent annually. If the individual is satisfied with their health insurance and have no changes to report, they can reconfirm their enrollment in a QHP. Many details about the renewal process are unknown. Medicare and the ACA Will there be changes to Medicare under the ACA? Yes there will be a few changes. Preventative benefits will be covered with no cost sharing and it reduces the cost sharing for prescription drugs. Are there existing programs to help with Medicare benefits? Yes, depending on income level. QMB – Qualified Medicare Beneficiaries provides supplemental Medicaid coverage and pays monthly Medicare Part B premiums. The income limit is $978 for an individual and $1313 for a couple. SLMB (Specified Low Income Medicare Beneficiaries) pays Part B premiums. The income limit is $1169 for an individual and $1571 for a couple. The asset limit for QMB and SLMB is $6940 for individual and $10,410 for a couple. Extra Help Part D Assistance Program provides reduced or eliminated premiums and copays. The yearly income limit is $17, 235 for individual, $23,265 for a couple. The asset limit is $13300 for individual and $26580 for a couple. Contact the Michigan Medicare/Medicaid Assistance Program (MMAP) at 800-803-7174
Medicaid and Medicaid Expansion Michigan has passed Medicaid expansion but the actual implementation date is still unknown. The Marketplace should be referring Medicaid eligible people to DHS but remember, from 10/1/13-12/31/13, this will be under the State DHS Medicaid rules in existence now. Beginning 1/1/2014, DHS will begin using new methodology for household size = tax unit and income = MAGI for Medicaid programs for children, pregnant woman, parents and caretakers. The citizenship requirement for Medicaid is stricter than the Marketplace. You must be a US citizen or have at least 5 years with permanent resident card. (There are also MA programs for refugees, asylees) Current Medicaid programs Healthy Kids Medicaid- kids > 1 and pregnant woman- income less than 185%, no asset test Healthy Kids Medicaid ages 1-19- income less than 150%, no asset test MI Child- kids coverage income less than 200%, no asset test Low income parents/caretakers, 19-20 year olds- income less than about 33-37% federal poverty level for full MA- (income above = deductible/spenddown), asset limit $3000 [This group eligible for MA under expansion- income to 138%, no asset test and includes adults ages 19-64 who are not receiving Medicare.] SSI related Medicaid (aged, blind, disabled) - full Medicaid coverage income at 100% or below federal poverty level (income above = deductible/spenddown), asset limit $2000/single, $3000 married. This Medicaid category is expected to remain and is distinct from Medicaid expansion. What happens to Maximus? Maximus has notified qualified agencies that to maintain qualified agency status there will be a new training session to be certified to submit ACA applications through Maximus, which will mostly likely continue to be for Healthy Kids, CHIP, MOMS, and Plan First. Available at: healthcare4mi.com MAGI Medicaid (aka Expansion/Reform) Who will be eligible under MAGI Expanded Medicaid? Individuals who are a U.S. citizen or have a permanent resident card for at least five years. MAGI related groups- children, pregnant women, parents and caretakers, adult group- 19-64, not pregnant, not receiving Medicare, former foster care beneficiaries.
Who is considered part of a “household” for MAGI Medicaid? A household is the same as the tax filing unit. Income will be Modified Adjusted Gross Income (MAGI): Your Modified Adjusted Gross Income is your adjusted gross income (wages/salary, self- employment, RSDI, unemployment benefits, spousal support, deduct alimony) plus foreign earned income and tax-exempt interest. Not included in the Adjusted Gross Income- child support, veteran's benefits, worker's compensation, adoption subsidy For Medicaid, income is budgeted current and monthly. There is NO asset test for MAGI Medicaid How will Medicaid (MA) be managed and what are the benefits? Most MAGI beneficiaries with be enrolled in a Medicaid HMO with benefits similar to what is currently available. Excluded from enrolling in a Health Plan- Plus Care recipients, ESO MA, CSHCS only, commercial HMO coverage, including Medicare HMO coverage, deductible beneficiaries Are there child support cooperation rules for MAGI Medicaid? Yes. There will be child support cooperation rules. However, there will still be exemptions for good cause such as physical or emotional harm to the individual or child. Will there be Emergency Services Only Medicaid for MAGI Expansion Medicaid? Yes. Individuals’ eligible for Medicaid expansion but for their immigration status will receive Emergency Services Only (ESO) Medicaid. What changes must be reported for MAGI Medicaid? Marriage, relocation, birth of children, citizenship, pregnancy, student status and etc.
Monthly Income Limits: Household 100% 120% 138% 150% 185% 200% 250% 400% size SSI MA/QMB SLMB >MA/Tax credit> HK MA 1-19 HK>1/Pregnant MI Child CSR >Tax credit 1 $958 $1,149 $1,322 $1,436 $1,771 $1,915 $2,394 $3,830 2 $1,293 $1,551 $1,784 $1,939 $2,391 $2,585 $3,231 $5,170 3 $1,628 $1,953 $2,246 $2,441 $3,011 $3,255 $4,069 $6,510 4 $1,963 $2,355 $2,709 $2,944 $3,631 $3,925 $4,906 $7,850 5 $2,298 $2,757 $3,171 $3,466 $4,250 $4,595 $5,744 $9,190 6 $2,633 $3,159 $3,633 $3,949 $4,870 $5,265 $6,581 $10,530 Yearly income: Household 100% 120% 138% 150% 185% 200% 250% 400% size SSI MA/QMB SLMB >MA/Tax credit> HK MA 1-19 HK>1/Pregnant MI Child CSR >Tax credit 1 $11,490 $13,788 $15,856 $17,235 $21,257 $22,980 $28,725 $45,960 2 $15,510 $18,612 $21,404 $23,265 $28,694 $31,020 $38,775 $62,040 3 $19,530 $23,436 $26,951 $29,295 $36,131 $39,060 $48,825 $78,120 4 $23,550 $28,260 $32,499 $35,325 $43,568 $47,100 $58,875 $94,200 5 $27,570 $33,084 $38,047 $41,355 $51,005 $55,140 $68,925 $110,280 6 $31,590 $37,908 $43,594 $47,385 $58,442 $63,180 $78,975 $126,360
AH private health insurance plans offered on the Health Insurance Marketplace will offer the same set of essential health benefits. These are minimum requirements but plans may offer additional coverage. You will see exactly what each plan offers when you compare them side-by-side on the Marketplace. 1. Ambulatory patient services 2. Emergency services 3. Hospitalization 4. Maternity and newborn care 5. Mental health and substance use disorder services, including behavioral health treatment 6. Prescription drugs 7. Rehabilitative and habilitative services and devices 8. Laboratory services 9. Preventative and wellness services and chronic disease management 10. Pediatric services Source: https://www.heafthcare.gov/how-can-hsavew
AH Marketplace plans must cover the following list of preventive services without charging you a copayment or coinsurance. This is true even if you haven't met your yearly deductible and it applies only when these services are delivered by a network provider. Screenings will be available based on certain criteria and conditions. Preventative screenings I Preventative screenings I Preventative screenings for all adults I for women I for children 1. Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm 1. Anemia screening 1. Autism screening one-time screening 2. Breast Cancer Genetic Test 2. Behavioral assessments • 2. Alcohol Misuse screening and Counseling (BRCA) counseling 3. Blood Pressure screening 3. Breast Cancer Mammography 3. Aspirin use screenings 4. Cervical Dysplasia screening 4. Blood Pressure screening 4. Breast Cancer Chemoprevention 5. Depression screening counseling 6. Developmental screening 5. Cholesterol screening 5. Breastfeeding comprehensive 7. Dyslipidemia screening 6. Colorectal Cancer screening support and counseling 7. Depression screening 8. Fluoride Chemoprevention 6. Cervical Cancer screening supplements 8. Diabetes (Type 2) screening 7. Chlamydia Infection screening 9. Gonorrhea preventive medication 9. Diet counseling 8. Contraception 10. Hearing screening 10. HIV screening 9. Domestic and interpersonal 11. Height, Weight and Body Mass 11. Immunization vaccines violence screening and counseling Index measurements 12. Obesity screening and counseling 10. Folic Acid 12. Hematocrit or Hemoglobin 11. Gestational diabetes screening screening 13. Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) prevention counseling 12. Gonorrhea screening 13. Hemoglobinopathies or sickle cell screening 14. Syphilis screening 13. Hepatitis B screening 14. HIV screening 15. Tobacco Use screening 14. HIV screening and counseling 15. Hypothyroidism screening 15. Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Source: DNA Test 16. Immunization vaccines https://www.healthcare.gov/what-are-my- preventive-care-benefits/#part=1 16. Osteoporosis screening 17. Iron supplements 17. Rh Incompatibility screening 18. Lead screening 18. Sexually Transmitted Infections 19. Medical History counseling 20. Obesity screening and counseling 19. Syphilis screening 21. Oral Health risk assessment 20. Tobacco Use screening and 22. Phenylketonuria (PKU) screening interventions 23. Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) 21. Urinary tract or other infection prevention counseling and screening screening 24. Tuberculin testing 22. Well-woman visits 25. Vision screening Source: https://www.healthcare.gov/what-- are-my- Source: preventive-care-benef its/#pa rt=2 https:/AAWw.heaithcare.gov/what-are-my- preventive-ca re-benef its/#pa rt=3
Affordability and Premium Tax Credit Eligibility for Employees and Family Members (100-400% FPL) Does employee in the family 1 have employer coverage offer? Yes Does employer offer family coverage? No No, employee-only Is employee-only Is employee-only premium > 9.5% of premium > 9.5% of household income? household income? Yes, A. Employee B. Neither C. Employee not and family employee nor tax credit Yes members may family members eligible, but be tax credit tax credit family members 2 eligible. 2 eligible. may be eligible. A Notes: 1. This flowchart assumes that plans offered by the employer meet minimum value standards (actuarial value of at least 60 percent).. 2. Employees and family members who may be eligible for tax credits must meet other requirements before fully qualifying, such as having legal residence and not having access to government-based plans (Medicaid, Medicare, VA, etc.).
" NATIONAL IMMIGRATION L A W CENTER | WWW.NILC.ORG ion MARCH 2013 Exempt from individual mandate. Same access and requirements for affordable coverage Not eligible for Medicare, nonemergency Medicaid, as U.S.-born citizens. or CHIP. Remain eligible for emergency care under federal law. Limited federal coverage. Eligible for Emergency Medicaid if low-income. a Subject to the individual mandate and related tax Citizen or lawfully present children of undocumented penalty (exempt if low-income or meet specific parents are eligible: exemptions). o To purchase from the state insurance exchange. • May enroll i n a "qualified health plan (QHP)" from the o For premium tax credits and lower copayments. state insurance exchanges. o For Medicaid or CHIP. *» Eligible for premium tax credits and lower May seek nonemergency health services at community copayments. health centers or safety-net hospitals. o No waiting periods for enrolling in state insurance r exchanges or premium tax credits. ERlFICATION REQUIREMENTS • Eligible for the Pre-Existing Condition Insurance Plan Only those in a family who are applying for benefits (PCIP) and the Basic Health Plan (when available i n a are required to provide a Social Security number state). (SSN) and their immigration/citizenship status. • Current federal immigrant eligibility restrictions in Citizenship or lawful presence must be verified Medicaid maintained, including the five-year-or-more for everyone enrolling in: waiting period for most lawfully residing, low-income o Private health insurance in the state exchanges. immigrant adults. o Health insurance premium tax credits. • Since April 2 0 0 9 , states can choose to provide o Medicaid and CHIP. Medicaid and Children's Health Insurance Program Status will be electronically verified through: (CHIP) benefits to lawfully residing children and o Social Security Administration (SSA) for citizens, pregnant women without a waiting period. But in states that do not elect this option, these children and o U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) pregnant women must still wait five years or more for non-U.S. citizens via the Systematic Alien before they can get affordable health care coverage. Verification for Entitlements (SAVE) database, • Citizens of Compact Free Association states who o If unable to verify status electronically, enrollees reside i n the U.S. remain ineligible for federal have an opportunity to provide other documents or Medicaid. to fix the records. • EXCEPTION: As of August 2012, Deferred Action for Social Security number of a nonapplicant maybe Childhood Arrivals (DACA) grantees are ineligible for requested to electronically verity household income. Medicaid, CHIP, andACAbenefits. If unavailable, other proof of income can be provided. Information about immigration status maybe used UNDOCUMENTED IMMIGRANTS only to determine an individual's eligibility. No federal coverage. • Not allowed to purchase private health insurance at This explanation of how immigrants are included in health care full cost i n state insurance exchanged). reform is per provisions in the Affordable Care Act of 2010 (ACA) (encompassed in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act • Not eligible for premium tax credits' or lower (Pub. Law No. 111-148) as amended by the Health Care and copayments. Education Act of 2010 (Pub. Law No. 111-152)). Los ANGELES (Headquarters) WASHINGTON, D C 3435 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 2850 1444 Eye Street, NW, Suite 1110 Los Angeles, CA90010 NATIONAL Washington, DC 20005 213 639-3900 IMMIGRATION 202 216-0261 213 639-3911 fax LAW CENTER 202 216-0266 fax
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HEALTH CARE COVERAGE IS REQUIRED IN 2014. ARE YOU COVERED? WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: Starting Oct 1, there is a new way to find Health Insurance, called the Health Insurance Marketplace (also called an Exchange) at HealthCare.gov. All insurance plans will cover doctor visits, hospitalizations, preventative care, maternity care, emergency room care, and prescriptions. If you have a pre-existing condition, insurance plans cannot deny you coverage or charge you more. Financial help may be available so you can find a plan that fits your budget. All insurance plans will show the costs and coverage in simple language with no fine print. Act Now: Health Insurance enrollment will be open Oct 1, 2013 until March 31, 2014. Coverage will be available starting as early as Jan 1. See your options and enroll online at HealthCare.gov or Cuidadodesalud.gov or call 1.800.318.2596. For local help, see other side.
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