Posts Tagged ‘New York Medicaid’

Previously, we had advised that Medicaid applicants or recipients must apply for Medicare if they are ages 64 and nine months, and have income at or below 120 percent of the Federal Poverty Level (or income at or below set state requirements for Medicaid eligibility). Between November 2017 and February 2018, about 30,000 New York […]

Starting on May 1, 2018, Medicaid subscribers in New York state will see drastic changes to their appeals process. These changes place more procedural requirements on those seeking to appeal Medicaid determinations. An experienced New York elder law attorney can help Medicaid subscribers who need assistance with their Medicaid appeals. For decades, the elder law […]

New York Medicaid New Resource Documentation Rules

September 6th, 2013 by David Goldfarb

There are three distinct resource documentation requirements depending on the type of Medicaid applied for. The three types of Medicaid coverage and the resource documentation requirements are: (1) Community Coverage Without Long-Term Care – requires a self-attestation to the amount of current resources; (2) Community Coverage With Community-Based Long-Term Care – requires proof of current […]