| Important Notice|
The Medicaid Renewal/Reception Office at 340A West 34th Street is scheduled to permanently close on May 3, 2013. A new Medicaid Renewal/Reception office will open on May 6, 2013 at 785 Atlantic Avenue, 1st Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11238. This will complete the relocation of our 34th Street headquarters.
You can see an area map of this new location by clicking on 34th Street Headquarters Moving to Brooklyn.
To get “up to the minute” status of the office relocation or to find a Medicaid office near you, please call the HRA Medicaid Helpline at 888-692-6116 or go to 311 Online at www.nyc.gov/311
New York State offers free and low-cost public health insurance programs for low-income New Yorkers. These plans provide medical care through a fee-for-service or a managed care plan. HRA/DSS, through its Medical Assistance Program division (MAP), is responsible for the administration of public health insurance. MAP determines and maintains eligibility, based upon income and/or resource levels, for each of the available health insurance programs and their related services.
Individuals and families can qualify for public health insurance even if they have income, own a house, own a car, have a bank account or receive private health insurance. Persons and families who are low-income, or receiving SSI or cash assistance, are automatically eligible. Pregnant women, children, persons over 65 and people with disabilities are also eligible.
Plans include: Medicaid; Child Health Plus; Family Health Plus; Medicare Savings Plan (also known as Medicare Buy-In); Medicaid Buy-In Program for Working People with Disabilities; and the Family Planning Benefit Program.
To obtain further details about these programs and services, or to apply, please visit any one of the Medical Assistance Program Offices.
If you are already receiving Medicaid or Family Health Plus, use these Medicaid Renewal Instructions.
The Medical Information Privacy Notice details medical information, privacy rights, access to information, and details concerning how medical information about you may be used and disclosed.
To find out if you would qualify for Medicaid, click on this link: Online Pre-screening for Public Health Insurance or see the table provided below:Income and Resource Eligibility Levels for Public Health Insurance:
If you have any questions about Medicare Part D or about choosing a Part D prescription drug plan or changing the one in which you were enrolled by Medicare, please go to 311 Online.
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If you are already, or would like to become an electronic submitter view the HRA Eligibility Data and Image Transfer System (EDITS).
MICSA can also receive electronic submissions of public transportation reimbursement claims. If you are already an authorized facility for public transportation reimbursement claim or interested to view the overview, click on the right, the quick line to the Public Transportation Automated Reimbursement System (PTAR).
|For more information, please go to 311 Online or contact HRA's Infoline at 1-718-557-1399. |