Most Medicaid programs are considered "minimum essential coverage" (also known as qualifying health coverage ). This means they meet the requirement for having health coverage under the health care law. If your Medicaid program counts as minimum essential coverage: You are not eligible for a premium tax credit or other savings to enroll in a Marketplace insurance plan. You should immediately end Marketplace insurance for anyone in your household who is enrolled in these Medicaid programs and is also using premium tax credits with a Marketplace plan. If your Medicaid program DOESN’T count as minimum essential coverage: You are eligible for premium tax credits and other savings on a Marketplace insurance plan, if you qualify based on your income and other criteria. Indiana Medicaid that COUNTS as “minimum essential coverage” in Indiana If anyone in your household is covered by the following programs, they do have minimum essential coverage. This means they
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