How do I become a MassHealth certified application counselor?

How do I become a MassHealth certified application counselor?

Steps to Becoming a CAC Organization Identify prospective CACs, appraise them of CAC regulations and agreements. Complete online training in Learning Management System and print CAC Certificate. Continue to complete any ongoing training provided by MassHealth and the Health Connector.

Can I get MassHealth if my employer offers insurance?

The MassHealth Premium Assistance program is for MassHealth members who have access to employer-sponsored health insurance (ESI) from a job or from another source, such as members of your household.

How do I find out my MassHealth ID number?

Call MassHealth Call the MassHealth Customer Service Center to request a new card. If you don’t have your MassHealth ID number, we’ll either need your social security number or your name and date of birth to find you in our system. Menu prompt tips.

Is health connector part of MassHealth?

ConnectorCare is one kind of health insurance you can get from the Massachusetts Health Connector. ConnectorCare is for Massachusetts residents who: cannot get affordable insurance through work, and. cannot get other public insurance like MassHealth or Medicare.

How do I know if I qualify for MassHealth?

To be eligible for Massachusetts Medicaid, you must be a resident of the state of Massachusetts, a U.S. national, citizen, permanent resident, or legal alien, in need of health care/insurance assistance, whose financial situation would be characterized as low income or very low income.

What is MassHealth income limit?

2021 MassHealth Income Standards and Federal Poverty Guidelines

Family Size MassHealth Income Standards 150% Federal Poverty Level
1 $522 $1,610
2 $650 $2,178
3 $775 $2,745
4 $891 $3,313

Do I have to apply for MassHealth every year?

Most members will need to resubmit an application to MassHealth every year so that they can confirm that you still qualify for healthcare coverage.

Who qualifies for MassHealth?

To qualify for ConnectorCare: You must live in Massachusetts. You must be a U.S. citizen or a “lawfully present” non-citizen. Your income must be 3 times the federal poverty level for your family size or lower.