Which Medicaid plan is best in SC?

Which Medicaid plan is best in SC?

NCQA Health Insurance Plan Ratings 2015-2016 – Summary Report (Medicaid)

Rating Plan Name Consumer Satisfaction
3.5 Select Health of South Carolina 4.0
3.0 Absolute Total Care 4.0
3.0 BlueChoice HealthPlan of South Carolina 3.5
2.5 Molina Healthcare of South Carolina 4.0

How do I change my Medicaid plan in South Carolina?

To change health plans, click here. To log in, use your Member ID and PIN. Click “Continue,” and follow the easy instructions to change your health plan and doctor. Or call our Customer Service Center at 1-877-552-4642.

At what age does SC Medicaid stop?

Services are available for individuals up to the age of 26 who were formerly in the South Carolina foster care program. Applicants must have been a Medicaid recipient in the State of South Carolina at the time they aged out of foster care. Income is not considered for this coverage group.

What does Medicaid MCO stand for?

Medicaid managed care organizations
Medicaid managed care organizations (MCOs) provide comprehensive acute care and in some cases long-term services and supports to Medicaid beneficiaries. MCOs accept a set per member per month payment for these services and are at financial risk for the Medicaid services specified in their contracts.

What kind of Medicaid does South Carolina have?

South Carolina gets about $3 from Washington for every dollar we put up for Medicaid. Medicaid in SC is called South Carolina Healthy Connections Medicaid. It provides health care coverage to low-income individuals, families and the disabled.

What makes you ineligible for Medicaid in South Carolina?

If one is found to be in violation of this rule, a penalty period in which the applicant is ineligible for Medicaid benefits will result. To be eligible for long-term care Medicaid in South Carolina, an applicant must have a functional need for such care.

Can a Miller Trust qualify for Medicaid in South Carolina?

(For South Carolina Medicaid purposes, a Miller Trust is often simply called an Income Trust.) This type of trust offers a way for individuals with excess income to still qualify for long-term care Medicaid, as money deposited into a QIT does not count towards Medicaid’s income limit.

How to apply for long term care in South Carolina?

To be eligible for long-term care Medicaid in South Carolina, an applicant must have a functional need for such care. For nursing home Medicaid and many HCBS Medicaid waivers, a nursing facility level of care is required.