The Medical Insurance and Community Services Administration (MICSA) was created within the Human Resources Administration to help link New Yorkers to public health insurance programs and administer the Agency’s medically-related social services programs.
MICSA is composed of:
MICSA provides access to, or authorizes services for, a variety of long term care services through various program areas. Learn more about available Long-Term Care services.
MICSA can also receive electronic submissions of public health insurance applications from certain types of organizations. 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).