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1 Jan 2014 Medical Assistance is administered by the Minnesota Department of Human Services but eligibility and case management are done by county human Children age 18 and under and pregnant women are eligible for MA up to 275% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines; older children aged 19 and 20 and
Live in Minnesota. Meet income and asset guidelines. Be a U.S. citizen or a qualifying noncitizen. Not currently insured or covered by other health insurance within the last four months (this includes Medicare). Some exceptions apply for people coming from MA and children who meet a lower income guideline. No access to
asset guidelines. General information about each item is included below, with special emphasis on people who reside in a Long-term Care Facility (LTCF) or receive home and community-based services through a waiver program. MA eligibility groups in Minnesota include the following: • Children under the age of 21.
Minnesota's Medicaid program covers many people with low incomes, especially children and pregnant women. There is no monthly premium. Eligible individuals can enroll year-round. *Slightly lower income limits apply to MinnesotaCare and tax credit eligibility for coverage starting before January 1, 2018. **Households
18 Mar 2016 Describes income and asset limits to qualify for Minnesota Health Care Programs, including Medical Assistance (MA) and MinnesotaCare.

blind, or disabled is 80 percent of the federal poverty guidelines ($792 per month for an individual and $1,070 per month for a couple, as of July 1, 2016). 3 See Minnesota Statutes, section 256B.056, for a more complete explanation of asset limits in the MA program. “Personal property” means all property other than real
Income-based Medical Assistance (MA) is for people with low incomes. These are the two main rules: If your family's income is at or under 138% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines (FPG) ($16,643 for an individual; $33,948 for a family of four), you may qualify for income-based Medical Assistance (MA). Any children under 19
Medical Assistance (MA) is Minnesota's Medicaid program. It is the largest of Minnesota's publicly funded health care programs. It provides health care coverage to over 700,000 eight people, add $5,533 per additional person. Always check with the appropriate managing agency to ensure the most accurate guidelines.
MNsure updates this information in July each year when the federal poverty guidelines change. The income limits for Medical Assistance (the first three columns) are for coverage beginning July 1, 2017. The income limits for MinnesotaCare and tax credits for private health plans (the last three columns) are for coverage