Contact Information and Websites of Organizations for Medicare

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Source: medicare.gov

Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) Eligibility Requirements

Fill out an application through the Health Insurance Marketplace. If it looks like anyone in your household qualifies for Medicaid or CHIP, we’ll send your information to your state agency. They’ll contact you about enrollment. When you submit your Marketplace application, you’ll also find out if you qualify for an individual insurance plan with savings based on your income instead. Create an account or log in to an existing account to get started.
Source: healthcare.gov

Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP)

The Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) provides health coverage to eligible children, through both Medicaid and separate CHIP programs. CHIP is administered by states, according to federal requirements. The program is funded jointly by states and the federal government.
Source: medicaid.gov

Health Insurance Programs

Report of the Commissioner of Health and Insurance Superintendent to Governor David A. Paterson on the Partnership for Coverage Initiative on the Release of the Urban Institute Report, July 17, 2009 (PDF, 90KB)
Source: ny.gov

How to Qualify For Medicaid and CHIP Health Care Coverage

If your state has not expanded Medicaid: You may qualify based on your state’s existing rules. These vary from state to state and may take into account income, household size, family status (like pregnancy or caring for young children), disability, age, and other factors. Because each state and each family situation is different, there’s no way to find out if you qualify without filling out an application.
Source: healthcare.gov

Department of Human Services

SHIP produces and regularly updates charts detailing the various Medigap, Medicare Advantage and Part D drug plans offered in New Jersey. These charts have been posted here to help you compare plans and make an informed decision about which plan best fits your needs and budget. Please note, however, that since Medigap options and pricing can change at anytime during the year, it is recommended you call the company you are interested in to confirm the information/premiums provided on these charts prior to enrolling or making a coverage change. If you are receiving your Medicare coverage through
Source: nj.us

State of Oregon: Oregon Health Plan

The state remains committed to ensuring all Oregonians have access to high-quality, affordable health care. OHA is committed to working with our federal partners to continue the success we’ve had in our state. In the meantime we’ll stay true to Oregon’s track record of health innovation and our success in delivering greater access, better outcomes and lower costs for Oregonians.
Source: oregon.gov

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