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Medicaid Patients Get Worse Cancer Care...
Published:Wed, 04 Jun 2014 22:19:03 -0700
Title: Medicaid Patients Get Worse Cancer Care, Studies Contend Category: Health News Created: 6/4/2014 9:35:00 AM Last Editorial Review: 6/4/2014 12:00:00 AM......
Medicaid Enrollment Up 15 Percent In St...
Published:Wed, 04 Jun 2014 12:51:55 -0700
An additional 6 million Americans enrolled in Medicaid and related health programs for the poor compared to before the six-month signup period began last October for the Affordabl......
Medicaid Enrollment Up 15 Percent More ...
Published:Wed, 04 Jun 2014 12:57:21 -0700
An additional 6 million Americans enrolled in Medicaid and related health programs for the poor compared to before the six-month signup period began last October for the Affordabl......
Medicaid logs 6 million new enrollees s...
Published:Wed, 04 Jun 2014 11:26:23 -0700
Six million people have enrolled in government healthcare programs for the poor, including Medicaid, since the launch of Obamacare health insurance enrollment on Oct. 1, the Obama......
Medicaid patients get worse cancer care...
Published:Thu, 05 Jun 2014 10:04:26 -0700
Medicaid patients appear to receive worse cancer care than people who can afford private insurance, a trio of new studies says. ......
Georgia Medicaid Program

Georgia Medicaid Program Medicaid in the State of Georgia is administered by the Georgia Department of Community Health or DCH.  Medicaid is the largest division in Community Health Department.  Health care for children, pregnant women, and care for seniors, blind and disabled residents is all under the umbrella of the Georgia Community Health Department.  In Georgia, Medicaid is a medical assistance program that assists residents who cannot normally afford medical expenses for their health care needs.  How do I Receive Georgia Medicaid? First, you can apply in person at your local county Community Health office or the local Social Security office.  You can also ask for a form to be mailed to your home.  Your local Georgia Community health office can also assist you with applying at your local school or hospital near your home.  You will be notified within 45-60 days after you apply about your acceptance status. Georgia Medicaid Application If you are a Georgia resident, you can apply for Medicaid by downloading and printing this Georgia application for Medicaid and submit it to your local Medicaid office. Georgia Medicaid application at http://dfcs.dhr.georgia.gov/DHR-DFCS/DHR-DFCS_Medicaid/297%20Eng%20App.doc Items needed for your Georgia Medicaid Application: Certified copy of your birth certificate or proof of citizenship. Federal, State or local government ID cards. Your assigned Social Security number.             W-2 forms or your most recent pay check stub. You must reveal income from Social Security, Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and other revenues. Your current health insurance policies. Your current life insurance policies. Bank statements. Ownership of real property information. Unique Georgia Medicaid Circumstances You are eligible for Georgia Medicaid if you are pregnant and you can approved the same day that you apply if you meet the requirements based on the factors listed above.  Prenatal care for your baby and yourself is also available.  As always, you need to contact your local Community Health Department immediately in this case.  You will also automatically receive Medicaid benefits if you are disabled, blind or over 65 years of age.  To find the local Social Security Office closes to you just call 1-800-772-1213. Basic Eligibility Requirements for Georgia Medicaid You are pregnant. You are a teenager or child. You are at least 65 years of age or older. You are blind. You are legally disabled. You require nursing home care. Income Limits for Families for Low-Income Medicaid Family of 1                $2,820 per year Family of 2                $4,272 per year Family of 3                $5,088 per year Family of 4                $6,000 per year Income limits for Low Income Families with Children Aid Family of 1                $20,148 per year Family of 2                $26,964 per year Family of 3                $33,876 per year Family of 4                $40,800 per year Georgia Families Program All Medicaid families must enroll in Georgia Families.  Georgia Families that provides health care services to Medicaid members and PeachCare program children.  The program represents a partnership between the Georgia Community Health Department and private health care management organizations.  Georgia Families provides members to choose a health care plan that meets their needs due to multiple health plan choices.  You are eligible if you are a child and already enrolled in PeachCare, if you are a pregnant woman or a woman with cervical or breast cancer.  Georgia Families program members will not have to pay more than they currently are under Medicaid.  Georgia Families exists to help you choose an effective health care plan that will met your families needs. Georgia PeachCare for Kids Program Georgia PeachCare represents a health care program for uninsured children who are living in the State of Georgia.  Benefits include primary, preventative, specialist, dental and vision care.  This program also covers emergency room procedures and hospitalization.  This is a popular program as Georgia ranks fourth nationally inn umber of children enrolled in Medicaid.  Each child enrolled in PeachCare has a Georgia health care primary care provider who coordinates health care for the child. MedicaidProgram.net is an information website owned by What Is It LLC. Learn more about What Is It at MyWhatIsIt.com... "We Simplify The Complex". The official U.S. Government Medicare Web site is cms.gov.

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