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Medicare and Medicaid
Is Medicaid an accepted insurance at Lenscrafters?
What insurance plans are accepted by Sloan Kettering?
Can you be on Medicaid and have secondary insurance?
Are Medicare and Medicaid private insurance groups?
Asked in Insurance, Medical Insurance, Retirement Planning, Medicare and Medicaid, Healthcare Coverage While Pregnant
What if you had insurance when you found out you were pregnant then lost your insurance can you qualify for medicaid?
You can get Medicaid when pregnant if you meet the eligibility requirements - principally, citizenship and limited income/assets. Medicaid can be backdated up to three months prior to the month of your application. You can get Medicaid even if you have insurance; however, your provider(s) must bill your insurance first, prior to billing Medicaid.
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Does sylvan learning centers take insurance or medicaid?
Asked in Child Support
Can you still get medicaid for your child if his father has him covered on court ordered private insurance?
Can you bill a Medicaid patient if the service is disallowed by Medicaid?
How does Medicaid pay when there is other Insurance involved?
If your family is on Medicaid can you refuse insurance through your job?
Asked in Medical Insurance, Medicare and Medicaid
Do you need to cancel your private health insurance if you have Medicaid?
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What insurances are accepted at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center?
Can you get Medicaid if you have insurance and get pregnant?
Asked in Medicare and Medicaid
Can a minor child that has medicaid keep it and have another health insurance?
If my husband gets a job and has insurance will Medicaid cancel my insurance. I am currently pregnant and didn't have insurance so I applied and got approved. Do I have the option to keep medicaid?
No. More information would be necessary to give an exact resolution, but you are not allowed to have both private insurance and Medicaid. You can not have both private insurance and medicaid at the same time. That is what is called double dipping. You husbands plan should have an option to "opt-in" to his plan if it is a group medical provided through work.