Medicaid members never pay a deductible for their coverage. A deductible is the amount someone pays for covered health care services before your insurance plan starts to pay. Medicaid health plans require no deductible ever. Most members will not have a co-pay. A co-pay is a fee for a covered service, paid by the patient to the health care provider. However, a small amount of members at higher income levels may have a co-pay.
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Flu season is here, and so are new COVID-19 booster vaccines! Protect yourself and your loved ones this fall and schedule your flu shot and COVID booster today. Both vaccines are safe and effective, and it's safe to receive them at the same time.
Hurricane Ian - Florida Medicaid Provisional Enrollment for Out-of-State Providers
For out-of-state providers, who are not enrolled with Florida Medicaid and who provided services to displaced Florida residents, Florida Medicaid has created a provisional provider enrollment process. Florida Medicaid has waived the requirements for providers to submit documentation showing the nature of the treatment, as well as other normally-required information, when applying for provisional enrollment.