IRS Form 1095-B

Did you know that as a part of the Affordable Care Act, an IRS Form 1095-B will be provided by Georgia Medicaid to all members early next year?

This form is used to report that you had health coverage through Georgia Medicaid during the tax year.  In order to ensure that you receive the form timely, you can consent to have the form delivered to you electronically through the Georgia Medicaid website.  If you choose to receive the form electronically, and you are already registered on the Georgia Medicaid website, please update your email address.  You can provide your consent and review a list of Frequently Asked Questions by going to www.mmis.georgia.gov under the member information tab.

Consenting to electronic delivery will ensure that you receive your form in time to assist you in filing your taxes for the upcoming tax year.

Do you still have questions about this tax form?  Write a comment below or send an email to blog@georgia-families.com. Remember that comments and email are not private.  Do not write comments or send email with personal information in it such as your Social Security or account numbers.

IRS Form 1095-B

Did you know that as a part of the Affordable Care Act, an IRS Form 1095-B will be provided by Georgia Medicaid to all members early next year?

This form is used to report that you had health coverage through Georgia Medicaid during the tax year.  In order to ensure that you receive the form timely, you can consent to have the form delivered to you electronically through the Georgia Medicaid website.  If you choose to receive the form electronically, and you are already registered on the Georgia Medicaid website, please update your email address.  You can provide your consent and review a list of Frequently Asked Questions by going to www.mmis.georgia.gov under the member information tab.

Consenting to electronic delivery will ensure that you receive your form in time to assist you in filing your taxes for the upcoming tax year.

Do you still have questions about this tax form?  Write a comment below or send an email to blog@georgia-families.com. Remember that comments and email are not private.  Do not write comments or send email with personal information in it such as your Social Security or account numbers.

IRS Form 1095-B

Did you know that as a part of the Affordable Care Act, an IRS Form 1095-B will be provided by Georgia Medicaid to all members early next year?

This form is used to report that you had health coverage through Georgia Medicaid during the tax year.  In order to ensure that you receive the form timely, you can consent to have the form delivered to you electronically through the Georgia Medicaid website.  If you choose to receive the form electronically, and you are already registered on the Georgia Medicaid website, please update your email address.  You can provide your consent and review a list of Frequently Asked Questions by going to www.mmis.georgia.gov under the member information tab.

Consenting to electronic delivery will ensure that you receive your form in time to assist you in filing your taxes for the upcoming tax year.

Do you still have questions about this tax form?  Write a comment below or send an email to blog@georgia-families.com. Remember that comments and email are not private.  Do not write comments or send email with personal information in it such as your Social Security or account numbers.

IRS Form 1095-B

Did you know that as a part of the Affordable Care Act, an IRS Form 1095-B will be provided by Georgia Medicaid to all members early next year?

This form is used to report that you had health coverage through Georgia Medicaid during the tax year.  In order to ensure that you receive the form timely, you can consent to have the form delivered to you electronically through the Georgia Medicaid website.  If you choose to receive the form electronically, and you are already registered on the Georgia Medicaid website, please update your email address.  You can provide your consent and review a list of Frequently Asked Questions by going to www.mmis.georgia.gov under the member information tab.

Consenting to electronic delivery will ensure that you receive your form in time to assist you in filing your taxes for the upcoming tax year.

Do you still have questions about this tax form?  Write a comment below or send an email to blog@georgia-families.com. Remember that comments and email are not private.  Do not write comments or send email with personal information in it such as your Social Security or account numbers.

IRS Form 1095-B

Did you know that as a part of the Affordable Care Act, an IRS Form 1095-B will be provided by Georgia Medicaid to all members early next year?

This form is used to report that you had health coverage through Georgia Medicaid during the tax year.  In order to ensure that you receive the form timely, you can consent to have the form delivered to you electronically through the Georgia Medicaid website.  If you choose to receive the form electronically, and you are already registered on the Georgia Medicaid website, please update your email address.  You can provide your consent and review a list of Frequently Asked Questions by going to www.mmis.georgia.gov under the member information tab.

Consenting to electronic delivery will ensure that you receive your form in time to assist you in filing your taxes for the upcoming tax year.

Do you still have questions about this tax form?  Write a comment below or send an email to blog@georgia-families.com. Remember that comments and email are not private.  Do not write comments or send email with personal information in it such as your Social Security or account numbers.

IRS Form 1095-B

Did you know that as a part of the Affordable Care Act, an IRS Form 1095-B will be provided by Georgia Medicaid to all members early next year?

This form is used to report that you had health coverage through Georgia Medicaid during the tax year.  In order to ensure that you receive the form timely, you can consent to have the form delivered to you electronically through the Georgia Medicaid website.  If you choose to receive the form electronically, and you are already registered on the Georgia Medicaid website, please update your email address.  You can provide your consent and review a list of Frequently Asked Questions by going to www.mmis.georgia.gov under the member information tab.

Consenting to electronic delivery will ensure that you receive your form in time to assist you in filing your taxes for the upcoming tax year.

Do you still have questions about this tax form?  Write a comment below or send an email to blog@georgia-families.com. Remember that comments and email are not private.  Do not write comments or send email with personal information in it such as your Social Security or account numbers.

IRS Form 1095-B

Did you know that as a part of the Affordable Care Act, an IRS Form 1095-B will be provided by Georgia Medicaid to all members early next year?

This form is used to report that you had health coverage through Georgia Medicaid during the tax year.  In order to ensure that you receive the form timely, you can consent to have the form delivered to you electronically through the Georgia Medicaid website.  If you choose to receive the form electronically, and you are already registered on the Georgia Medicaid website, please update your email address.  You can provide your consent and review a list of Frequently Asked Questions by going to www.mmis.georgia.gov under the member information tab.

Consenting to electronic delivery will ensure that you receive your form in time to assist you in filing your taxes for the upcoming tax year.

Do you still have questions about this tax form?  Write a comment below or send an email to blog@georgia-families.com. Remember that comments and email are not private.  Do not write comments or send email with personal information in it such as your Social Security or account numbers.

IRS Form 1095-B

Did you know that as a part of the Affordable Care Act, an IRS Form 1095-B will be provided by Georgia Medicaid to all members early next year?

This form is used to report that you had health coverage through Georgia Medicaid during the tax year.  In order to ensure that you receive the form timely, you can consent to have the form delivered to you electronically through the Georgia Medicaid website.  If you choose to receive the form electronically, and you are already registered on the Georgia Medicaid website, please update your email address.  You can provide your consent and review a list of Frequently Asked Questions by going to www.mmis.georgia.gov under the member information tab.

Consenting to electronic delivery will ensure that you receive your form in time to assist you in filing your taxes for the upcoming tax year.

Do you still have questions about this tax form?  Write a comment below or send an email to blog@georgia-families.com. Remember that comments and email are not private.  Do not write comments or send email with personal information in it such as your Social Security or account numbers.

Tips on Keeping Your Child Healthy

We want to help you keep your child healthy and strong!  Below are some great tips for keeping your child fit: 

  • Take your child to the doctor for regular checkups.  Your doctor knows your child best.  The doctor’s office is the best place for your child to receive regular checkups.
  • Keep your appointments.  Call the doctor to cancel if you can’t keep an appointment.
  • Call and schedule rides to your appointments when a ride is needed.
  • Take snacks and books with you to the doctor.  You and your child may have to wait for the appointment.
  • Keep a record of your child’s shots.  You can ask the doctor to give you a copy of the record.
  • Make a list of questions for the doctor before your visit.  Remember to ask the doctor the questions.

 

What to expect when you visit your child’s doctor?

Doctors and nurses will ask your child and you questions about your child’s medical history.  The doctor will check your child to make sure everything is okay and that they are growing properly.  Your child will get shots and the doctor will make sure your child can hear and see properly.

Remember your list of questions that you prepared the day before the checkup?  Ask the doctor all of the questions before your child’s visit is over.  Your doctor will also ask you about taking your child to the dentist for regular checkups.

Doctors and nurses will help you find other services your child needs. Their office staff can even help you to schedule rides and appointments.

 

What’s on your mind? Write a comment below or send an email to blog@georgia-families.com. Remember that comments and email are not private. Do not write comments or send email with personal information in it such as your Social Security or account numbers.

Lost Medicaid or Health Plan ID Cards

It’s very important that each member of Georgia Families take two identification cards with them every time they go to see the doctor:

  1. Your Medicaid/PeachCare for Kids ID Card
  2. Your Health Plan ID Card 

These cards help Medicaid and your health plan keep track of the services provided to you, and your children.  Also, it’s very important that the information on these cards is correct and that you take them with you each and every time.

Did you lose your ID cards?

Well, we here at Georgia Families cannot mail you a Medicaid ID card.  Rather, these cards will be sent to you directly from Medicaid.  So, in order to get more information about replacing a lost Medicaid ID card, please call Medicaid’s Member Services at 1-866-211-0950

Also, if you need to replace your Health Plan ID card, just give your health plan a call and they will send you a new one quickly.  

Do you still have questions about lost cards? Write a comment below or send an email to blog@georgia-families.com. Remember that comments and email are not private. Do not write comments or send email with personal information in it such as your Social Security or account numbers.

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