Posts Tagged ‘Medicaid’

Additional information on the Medicare Prescription Drug Benefit Copayment and premium amounts for 2019: Part B premium: $135.50 per month on average. If your income is above $85,000 (single) or $170,000 (married couple), then your Medicare Part B premium may be higher. Co-payments: Inpatient hospital deductible: $1,340. Inpatient hospital copay for days 61 – 90: […]

New York State Medicaid Law

September 11th, 2019 by David Goldfarb

New York Medicaid Attorneys Don’t make a mistake with Medicaid eligibility; contact a New York elder law attorney with knowledge of Medicaid law.  Goldfarb Abrandt Salzman & Kutzin LLP is a law firm that handles New York Medicaid cases. Updated with 2019 income, resource and penalty rates Introduction Medicaid is a joint federal, state and […]

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 […]

The Homestead and Medicaid Planning

September 6th, 2018 by David Goldfarb

New York Medicaid Attorneys Don’t make a mistake with Medicaid eligibility, contact a New York elder law attorney with knowledge of Medicaid law.  Goldfarb Abrandt Salzman & Kutzin LLP is a law firm that handles New York Medicaid cases. Table of Contents The Homestead as an Exempt Resource Dealing with the Home as an Illiquid […]

Nursing homes, assisted-living centers, and similar facilities can cost their residents a lot of money. As a result, many people rely upon Medicaid coverage to pay for long-term care, either for themselves or for loved ones. Medicaid, however, is a form of social welfare designed to help low-income individuals meet their healthcare needs. As a […]

Financial planning for retirement is a complicated task. It requires anticipating living expenses for an indefinite amount of time. This daunting task is often met by a combination of resources. For adequate financial preparation, a retiree must often have health insurance coverage through Medicare, private insurer and possibly Medicaid. Retirement accounts such as 401(k) plans […]

Retirement can pose many different types of financial planning challenges. Today, as inflation dramatically increases the cost of healthcare, housing, and even groceries, many New Yorkers are finding that their retirement savings insufficient to meet their living expenses. A New York elder law and estate attorney, however, can help retirees develop comprehensive plans that effectively […]

For many New Yorkers, Medicaid benefits are a vital part of their overall health care plan. Maintaining these benefits are a crucial step toward ensuring they and their families receive needed medical care. However, some Medicaid recipients must first apply for Medicare as a condition of their eligibility for Medicaid. The experienced New York elder […]

Elder Law & Legal Resources on the Web

March 31st, 2017 by David Goldfarb

Elder Law Related Legal Resources on the Web National Senior Citizens Law Center: Current issues in Medicaid, Medicare, SSI, benefits and eligibility. Resources on Aging by the U.S. Administration on Community Living: Department of Health and Human Services National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys Home Page  The National Council on the Aging National Health Law […]

Please note, the New York Legislature in its 2018 Budget bill has “carved out” nursing home services from Medicaid managed care. The New York State Department of Health (DOH) has announced that the new date for the transition of nursing home residents into managed care plans is slated to start June 1, 2014 (previously April 1) for new permanent placements in […]