Virginia Medicaid Coverage Has Expanded: How It Affects You

Virginia Medicaid expansion has arrived, and that means more people could receive benefits and use them to get medical supplies.

As of January 1, 2019, about 400,000 additional Virginians are now eligible to enroll in Virginia Medicaid. Here are the details you need to know:

Virginia Medicaid Expansion

Virginia Medicaid Expansion Details

The program expansion allows Virginia Medicaid to increase the income eligibility requirement up to 138% of the federal poverty line. Here’s what that 138% looks like when converted into annual income:

Qualified Working Disabled individuals

Single or Disabled Adults:

$16,750
Families of Three

Families of Three:

$28,700

That’s a big increase compared to Virginia’s current income eligibility requirements: $9,700 for disabled individuals, $6,900 for a family of three, and no eligibility for childless adults.

Learn more about Virginia Medicaid eligibility and Medicaid expansion.

Virginia Medicaid Covers Medical Supplies

Many don’t realize it, but Virginia Medicaid offers coverage of a wide range of medical supplies. Here are just some of the products that could be received as a covered benefit:

  • Incontinence – Adult diapers, bladder control pads, & pull-ons
  • Urology – Catheters, drainage bags, and insertion kits
  • Wound Care – Gauze, dressings, foams, alginates, and tape
  • Ostomy – Skin barrier wafers, 1-2 piece systems, drainage bags, & cream
  • Breast Pumps – Manual & electric

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Getting Supplies with Your Medicaid Benefits

Getting medical supplies with your Medicaid benefits is simple. Just call us, and we’ll take care of everything, from the insurance paperwork to free monthly deliveries of products. Here’s how it works:

  1. In a 10 minute call, we’ll collect some basic information and set up your orders.
  2. We collect the required insurance paperwork form the doctor for you.
  3. Once complete, you’ll receive monthly supply deliveries covered by your Medicaid plan.

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