What is the income bracket for Michigan Medicaid under health care reform?
If you are looking for coverage options under the health care reform efforts, the HealthCare.gov site has some helpful links and details including this one meant for low-income people:
“Even if you were told you didn’t qualify for Medicaid in the past, you may qualify under the new rules.”
Here’s the Michigan-specific information as listed on that site:
Medicaid in Michigan
Michigan will expand its Medicaid program as of April 2014 to cover households with incomes up to 133% of the federal poverty level. That works out to about $15,800 a year for 1 person or $32,500 for a family of 4. You can find out whether you qualify for Medicaid in Michigan 2 ways: Contact your state Medicaid agency right now or fill out an application for coverage in the Health Insurance Marketplace.