The Kentucky Voices for Health released an official statement and advised on how to keep Medicaid Coverage and Kentucky Children’s Health Insurance.
Medicaid Coverage and Kentucky Children’s Health Insurance
Millions of Americans across the country will lose their Medicaid coverage due to some changes in qualifications or eligibility as the pandemic ends. This also means that this will lead to millions of households with children who will also lose health coverage.
In a published article in Public News Service, thousands of residents in Kentucky are about to lose their Medicaid coverage and Kentucky Children’s Health Insurance due to some changes and eligibility requirements as the pandemic ends.
Kentucky Voices for Health Gave Advised on How to Keep Medicaid and Kentucky Children’s Health Insurance
According to a published article in Kentucky Policy, Kentucky Voices for Health outreach coordinator, Priscilla Easterling, advised that those with children need to be vigilant and emphasized that households with children may still qualify for Medicaid and Kentucky Children’s Health Insurance.
She explained, “It’s really important that families are getting these notices that they make sure that they’re also looking at the other different eligibility rules for adults versus kids. There are a lot more kids who will remain eligible even if their parents may not remain eligible.”
Easterling added that it is important for the recipients to update their contact information and provide the requirements in 45 days.