How do I get a new Medicaid card in RI?
You can also apply in person at your local Department of Human Services (DHS) office or by phone by calling HealthSource RI at 1-855-840-4774. If you need help applying or have questions, you can Find Help for free.
Who is eligible for HealthSource RI?
Who can use HealthSource RI? People who do not receive affordable insurance through their jobs and employers with 50 or less full-time employees.
What is considered poverty level in RI?
The median household income in Rhode Island is $63,296. The poverty line is $24,860 for a family of four. 12.9% of Rhode Island residents live in poverty.
How do I contact Rhode Island Medicaid?
The Medicaid Customer Service Help Desk is available Monday-Friday from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM. The local and long-distance number is (401) 784-8100 and the in-state toll call and border community number is 1-800-964-6211.
How can I check the status of my Medicaid?
If you ever want to check the status of your application, then you can just log into your online account and check. The paperwork you receive from your state’s Medicaid office will have a phone number you can call to check on the status of your application.
How do I find out if I have Medi-Cal?
You can also check on your Medi-Cal status by calling the Medi-Cal hotline at (800) 541-5555. If you’re outside of California, call (916) 636-1980.
Can you use MassHealth in Rhode Island?
States with the most MassHealth Doctors: Massachusetts. New York. Florida. Rhode Island.
How much is health insurance in RI?
The average cost of health insurance in the state of Rhode Island is $7,903 per person based on the most recently published data. For a family of four, this translates to $31,613. This is $922 per person above the national average for health insurance coverage.
What are the differences between the state’s three anchor medical plans?
As you can see, there’s a lot that’s the same across the State’s three Anchor medical plans. There are some differences though. One difference is in the kind of tax advantaged accounts you can have. For Anchor and Anchor Plus, you are eligible to have a general purpose health flexible spending account (FSA).
Do you have to pay for Medicaid if you have anchor?
If you are not sure what type of coverage you have, remember that Medicaid members do not pay for monthly coverage and also have an anchor card. Medicaid coverage will only end if an individual requests termination of eligibility or if they are no longer resident of the state or have changes in citizenship or immigration status.
How do I apply for Medicaid in Ri?
How can I apply for Medicaid? You can apply online on HealthSourceRI.com. This single application will let you know if you qualify for free or low-cost Medicaid or for affordable commercial coverage through HealthSource RI.
How do I apply to be an Enroller in Ri?
You can also apply in person at your local Department of Human Services (DHS) office or by phone by calling HealthSource RI at 1-855-840-4774. If you need help applying or have questions, you can Find Help for free. Find a certified enroller in your area.