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EXTRA HELP WITH
PRESCRIPTION DRUGS

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HOW TO QUALIFY for Extra Help?

  • Must reside in one of the 50 states or the District of Columbia.
  • Resources must be limited to $14,610 for an individual or $29,160 for a married couple living together. Resources include such things as bank accounts, stocks and bonds. They do not count your home, car or any life insurance policy as resources.
  • Note: Life insurance is not counted toward Low Income Subsidy but if it has cash value it would be counted toward Medicaid resources.
  • Annual income must be limited to $19,140 for an individual or $25,860 for a married couple living together.
  • Even if income is higher, still may be able to get some help.
Source: www.medicare.gov

WHAT HAPPENS AFTER you apply?

  • Social Security will review the application and send a letter to let you know if you qualify for Extra Help.
  • Once you qualify, you can choose a Medicare prescription drug plan.
  • If you don’t select a plan, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services will do it for you.
  • If you aren’t eligible for Extra Help, you still may be able to enroll in a Medicare prescription drug plan.
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WHY apply online?

  • The online application is secure and offers several advantages.
  • It takes you through the process step-by-step with a series of self-help screens.
  • The screens will tell you what information you need to complete the application and will guide you in answering the questions fully.
  • You can apply from any computer
  • You can start and stop at any time during the process.
  • It will protect your personal information.

MEDICARE SAVINGS Program

  • The Medicare Savings Programs help pay for Medicare Part B (medical insurance) premiums.
  • For some people, the Medicare Savings Programs may also pay for Medicare Part A (hospital insurance) premiums, if any, and Part A and B deductibles and co-payments.

Long Term MEDICAID

  • A person who needs 30 or more days in continuous long-term care, may be able to receive Medicaid if income & resource limits are met.
  • Medicaid may also pay for medical services that were received three months before the person applied for assistance.

What's the DIFFERENCE?

Medicaid = Medical benefits and drugs

SSI = Income assistance

LIS = Part D (RX) assistance

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MONTHLY INDIVIDUAL INCOME LIMITS

PROGRAM

 

QMB

$1,032

SLMB

$1,234

QI-1

$1,386

LIS

$1,507.50

MONTHLY COUPLE INCOME LIMITS

PROGRAM

 

QMB

$1,392

SLMB

$1,666

QI-1

$1,872

LIS

$2,030

INDIVIDUAL ASSET LIMITS

PROGRAM

 

QMB

$7,560

SLMB

$7,560

QI-1

$7,560

LIS

$14,100

COUPLE ASSET LIMITS

PROGRAM

 

QMB

$11,340

SLMB

$11,340

QI-1

$11,340

LIS

$28,150

*This information is current as of 04.06.2020

Source: www.medicare.gov

  • QMB (Qualified Medicare Beneficiary) Pays for Part A & B Premiums, Co-Ins. and Deductible.
  • SLMB (Specified Low-Income Medicare Beneficiary) Pays Part B Premium.
  • QI-1 (Qualifying Individual Program) First-come, first-served program. Pays Part B Premium.
  • LIS (Low Income Subsidy) Extra assistance with prescription drugs.
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