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Maryland Mom Sarah L. Uses Her Coverage Often

Growing up, Sarah L. had learned the benefits of health insurance from her parents. When the Affordable Care Act was passed, she was happy to learn that 10 essential benefits must be covered by all plans through Maryland Health Connection. It gave her peace of mind to start a family, …

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Covered Maryland Mom: Heather

Local mom Heather H. stopped by our Maryland Health Connection booth at Baltimore Pride 2018 recently, and told us her health coverage story. Heather has three children, all covered by health insurance through Maryland Health Connection. She stressed how important it is that her children are covered in order to …

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Grab Health Insurance Information at our May Events

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The weather is warm, grass is sprouting, and your calendar is filling up. Make sure to include health insurance on your to-do list if your income or household is going to change. Although open enrollment for Maryland Health Connection’s private health plans is only Nov. 1-Dec. 15, it’s important to …

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It's Almost Tax Time!

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Your Taxes: Next Steps for Forms 1095-A and 1095-B If you were enrolled in health coverage through Maryland Health Connection during 2017, you will be filing your federal taxes using form 1095-A or 1095-B.    Both 1095-A and 1095-B forms will be mailed by Jan. 31. Only form 1095-A will be …

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Using Your Medicaid or MCHP Coverage

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If you've recently enrolled in Medicaid or Maryland Children’s Health Program (MCHP), here are three easy steps to use your new health insurance coverage. Keep Your Insurance Card and Choose a Provider. Keep your Medical Assistance (MA) card. You will receive a paper red and white card in the mail within 14 …

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Medicaid Coverage for Marylanders

Who qualifies for Medicaid? Medicaid and Maryland Children’s Health Program offer free or low-cost health insurance coverage to more Marylanders than ever before. Medicaid now covers more adults, so you may qualify, even if you didn’t in the past. Your children or other members of your household also may qualify …

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