Medicaid is the largest source of federally-supported healthcare coverage for low-income families and children. We help parents to access quality healthcare that meets their children’s specific needs.
Know Your Rights
Medicaid is the largest source of federally-supported healthcare coverage for low-income families and children.The Medicaid program covers a broad scope of heathcare treatment and services.
Under federal law, Medicaid must cover certain ‘mandatory’ services such as hospitalization, doctor visits and family planning. Under the Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnostic, and Treatment (EPSDT) Medicaid Program, states must also cover comprehensive screening and treatment services for children and young adults.
New Hampshire provides targeted services to keep people with disabilities in their communities and out of institutions.
New Hampshire’s Medicaid programs are primarily administered by one of the state’s Managed Care Organizations (MCOs) and our Medicaid expansion program in known as Granite Advantage.
If you disagree with a decision made by your Managed Care Organization (MCO) or if you are unhappy with the services they provide, you have the right to file a grievance or an appeal.
The MEAD program allows individuals with severe disabilities to work and still qualify for Medicaid benefits.