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Unwinding of COVID Public Health Emergency begins - Renewals start March iand April 2023 - BE PREPARED!
17 Mar, 2023
For 3 years since March 2020, special protections guaranteed Continuous Coverage for anyone who HAD Medicaid at the time or obtained Medicaid during the Public Health Emergency. These protections are being phased out. This is called the "UNWINDING" of the Public Health Emergency. See the NYS...
2023 Updated Increases Announced for Medicaid and Medicare Savings Program for Disabled/Age 65+/ Blind - View Webinar recording from Jan. 18, 2023
28 Feb, 2023
2/10/23 UPDATE - NYS Dept. of Health updated the income and resource limits based on the 2023 Federal Poverty Levels. See NYS DOH GIS 23 MA/02 - 2023 Federal Poverty Levels and ATTACHMENT New York State Income and Resource Standards for Non-MAGI Population. These update the levels previously...
MLTC UPDATE: Consumers & Plans Jointly Report Problems with Independent Assessor; Consumers Respond to NYS Comptroller Report on MLTC
28 Feb, 2023
This is a running news article with updates on Managed Long Term Care in NYS. Please see archives for past articles: MLTC updates 2014 - 2016 MLTC Updates - 2012 - 2013 KEY MLTC CONTACTS & WHERE TO FILE COMPLAINTS State Dept. of Health Complaint Number for MLTC enrollment &...
NYS Medicaid Redesign Team II (MRT) -- Independent Assessor Required for Immediate Need since 12/1/22 ..Lookback Delayed til April 1, 2024
27 Feb, 2023
This article gives updates on the Medicaid changes enacted in the 2020 NYS Budget under the "Medicaid Redesign Team II" or MRT-2. A. The two MRT-2 changes that ARE being implemented NOW are: NY Independent Assessor (NYIA) - View recording of NYLAG WEBINAR on NYIA February 8, 2023 View...

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