WAC 182-523-0100

Effective January 1, 2014

WAC 182-523-0100 Medical extensions--Eligibility.

1. A person who received coverage under the Washington apple health (WAH) parent and caretaker relative program (described in WAC 182-505-0240) in any three of the last six months is eligible for twelve months' extended health care coverage when ineligible for his or her current coverage due to increased earnings or hours of employment.

2. A person remains eligible for WAH health care extension un-less:

a. The person:

i. Moves out of state;

ii. Dies;

iii. Becomes an inmate of a public institution; or

iv. Leaves the household.

b. The family:

i. Moves out of state;

ii. Loses contact with the agency or its designee or the whereabouts of the family are unknown; or

iii. No longer includes an eligible dependent child as defined in WAC 182-503-0565(2).

3. When a person or family is determined ineligible for WAH coverage under subsection (2)(a) or (b) of this section during the health care extension period, the agency or designee redetermines eligibility for the remaining household members as described in WAC 182-504-0125 and sends written notice as described in chapter 182-518 WAC before WAH health care extension is terminated.

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