Have Questions on Medicaid Cost?
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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Know someone who is interested in health coverage with Virginia Medicaid? We offer free and low-cost health care coverage for children, adults, and families. In 2021, the rules for Medicaid eligibility changed, and thousands of Virginians and lawful permanent residents are now eligible for health care coverage that includes preventive care, dental coverage, behavioral health services, and treatment for chronic health conditions.
Protect Yourself and Your Baby: Find Out if you Qualify for Virginia Medicaid
Expecting mothers in Virginia have access to quality, no-cost health insurance. Eligibility is typically based on income and family size. Discover what health benefits you may qualify for by using CoverVA’s quick and easy Eligibility Screening Tool or by finding additional eligibility information on Virginia’s FAMIS MOMS page.
Watch Now: How to Apply for Health Coverage in VA
CoverVA has released a video that helps illustrate the application process for eligible Virginians looking for health coverage. This short video covers topics such as screening questions, documentation needed to apply, and the different ways to apply.