What is Medicaid?
Medicaid is a partnership arrangement between the US federal government and the state governments, in this case New Jersey, to extend low cost or cashless medical care to the lower strata of the society.
Subscription to the Medicaid program depends on several factors like bona fide US citizenship, income, residency and other factors. The latter includes medical factors, resource levels and often a person’s present health insurance coverage status. The income eligibility of all Medicaid programs are based on the percentage specified under the Federal Poverty Level (FPL).
What are the Vermont Medicaid Benefits?
Benefits given under the Vermont Medicaid plans can be divided under two sections. These are the mandatory and optional.
The mandatory benefits are as follows:
The optional benefits are covered under the supplemental Medicare plans or can be subscribed separately on payment of a premium. Here are some of the optional benefits: