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Medicaid Redetermination

Is our Annual Medicaid Redetermination service right for you?

The Annual Medicaid Redetermination service provides expert guidance to ensure a beneficiary’s Medicaid benefits stay intact from one year to the next.

The annual renewal date for Medicaid is a critical period for any beneficiary, and our service is designed to prevent an interruption of benefits that could lead to costly and unplanned out-of-pocket expenses.

Complete the form below to get in touch and learn more about our services.  Or click the “Get Started Now” button to sign up.

Who is this service for?

The Annual Medicaid Redetermination, also called an Annual Renewal or Recertification, is a process where every 12 months the Medicaid beneficiary must renew their benefits. This means that if you or your loved one receives benefits for in-home, assisted living, or nursing home care, they must renew those benefits in time, or it can result in the loss of financial assistance.

How do we help?

Now that your loved one is receiving Medicaid benefits, you are most likely feeling a greater sense of peace and security since the high cost of long-term care is largely covered by Medicaid. You may have also experienced first-hand how challenging it was to get on Medicaid to receive long-term care benefits. Whether your loved one is receiving in-home support, assisted living care, or is residing at a skilled nursing facility, maintaining those benefits is critical, and if taken away would lead to financial hardship for most families. What we provide is expert assessment and guidance to ensure your loved one’s Medicaid benefits remain intact for as long as they are needed.

What to expect?

Our team is with you through each step of the process and is dedicated to providing you with an excellent experience that includes:

  • Reviewing the beneficiary’s financial history for the past year
  • Determining if there has been any activity that could prevent continued eligibility
  • Strategizing for continued eligibility (if required)
  • Collecting and organizing the annual renewal documentation
  • Addressing changes to income, resources, household members, insurance premiums, residency, etc.
  • Completing the annual renewal form and other agency-requested documents as needed
  • Submitting the completed renewal packet