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Important Update about Kentucky HEALTH
Given the legal decision on March 27, 2019, Kentucky HEALTH will not begin on April 1, 2019.
Kentucky HEALTH Ruling Frequently Asked Questions
As of March 27, 2019, the Kentucky HEALTH program is not live and does not have an anticipated start date. Any updates to the implementation timeline of Kentucky HEALTH will be made available at KentuckyHEALTH.ky.gov.
Due to the delay of Kentucky HEALTH, there will be no changes for Medicaid beneficiaries. For the most up-to-date information about coverage and benefits, individuals should contact their Managed Care Organization (MCO).
Yes. Though the Kentucky HEALTH program has been delayed, beneficiaries can continue accruing My Rewards dollars. Should Kentucky HEALTH take effect in the future, some Kentucky HEALTH beneficiaries will be able to spend My Rewards dollars on some dental and vision services.
Beneficiaries can continue to accrue My Rewards dollars by participating in any of the qualifying activities, including:
Taking online courses at CitizenConnect.ky.gov
Accessing preventive care
Participating in education and training activities
… and more!
Check out the Qualifying Activities to Accrue My Rewards Dollars for a full list of qualifying activities.
No. At this time, Managed Care Organizations will not be accepting Medically Frail Attestation Forms. More information will be provided in the future.
Did you know Anthem Medicaid provides you with these health benefits and more?
- A primary care doctor you choose
- Checkups and screenings
- Behavioral health Services
- Pharmacy Services
- Transportation assistance – For work/school
- Childcare assistance – For work/school
- GED support – Earn your high school degree on us with GED test vouchers
- Record expungement – We’ll help pay to have your criminal record modified, sealed or removed
Who’s it for?
People who meet Medicaid income guidelines; pregnant women; families and children; and people who are aged, blind or disabled.
Updates and reminders
Health Risk Assessment
Take a 5-minute survey to get personalized care based on your health needs.Take the survey
Moved? Update your address with the state!
If you don’t tell the Department for Medicaid Services (DMS) your most updated mailing address, you could lose your Medicaid benefits.
Call 1-855-306-8959, go to the Benefind website or visit your local Department for Community Based Services (DCBS) office to update your address.