Suspended Medical - State Bill (SB) 6430

Created on: 
Jul 14 2017

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What is Suspended Medical - State Bill (SB) 6430? 

In the 2016 Legislative Session SB 6430 was passed, allowing clients to receive medical benefits in a suspended status while being an inmate or resident of a public institution.

The Inmate or Resident of a Public Institution? field located on the Shelter page in ACES.online and the Client Details page in ACES 3G is updated to Yes (Y), when a client is coded with one of the following living arrangement codes:

  • Jail (JL)
  • Prison (PR)
  • Institution for Mentally Diseased (IM)
  • Juvenile Rehabilitation (JR)

The client remains active in ACES but medical coverage could be limited based on the client's incarceration status.

What Classic Medical coverage groups allow clients to receive medical benefits in a suspended status when coded as an inmate or resident of a public institution?

These Classic Medical coverage groups no longer deny or terminate a client for being incarcerated:

What Modified Adjusted Gross Income (MAGI) Medical coverage groups allow clients to receive medical benefits in a suspended status when coded as an inmate or resident of a public institution?

These MAGI Medical coverage groups no longer deny or terminate a client for being incarcerated:

 

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