7 AAC 100.208 - Reinstatement of Transitional Medicaid

(a) The department will reinstate a terminated Transitional Medicaid benefit only if
(1) reinstatement is ordered following a hearing under 7 AAC 49;
(2) the household moved out of state and then returned to this state; or
(3) the caretaker relative makes a timely request for continuation of benefits pending a hearing decision under 7 AAC 49.190.
(b) A household that becomes eligible again for Family Medicaid during the Transitional Medicaid eligibility period is considered dually eligible for Transitional Medicaid and Family Medicaid. If the household elects to return to Family Medicaid, the then-current Transitional Medicaid eligibility period under 7 AAC 100.204 continues to run. If the household subsequently loses Family Medicaid eligibility, the department will determine if the household is eligible for a new Transitional Medicaid eligibility period under 7 AAC 100.200.
(c) If a household becomes ineligible for Transitional Medicaid because it moved out of state and then returns to this state, that household may be reinstated as eligible for any remainder of a previous Transitional Medicaid eligibility period. The household must continue to meet the eligibility requirements of 7 AAC 100.200 - 7 AAC 100.204. If the household returns to this state within a year after Family Medicaid benefits were terminated, the months of absence will be counted as if the household had actually received Transitional Medicaid benefits.


7 AAC 100.208
Eff. 7/20/2007, Register 183; am 10/1/2009, Register 191; am 4/4/2013, Register 206

Authority:AS 47.05.010

AS 47.07.020

AS 47.07.040

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