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Name: GA Moderator
Date registered: April 22, 2013

Latest posts

  1. Special Children’s Programs — July 7, 2017
  2. What is WIC? — June 1, 2017
  3. What is EPSDT? — April 4, 2017
  4. IRS Form 1095-B — February 6, 2017
  5. IRS Form 1095-B — November 18, 2016

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  1. New Interactive Blog — 28 comments
  2. Lost Medicaid or Health Plan ID Cards — 19 comments
  3. Creating an Online Profile — 16 comments
  4. Newborns — 8 comments
  5. IRS Form 1095-B — 8 comments

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Special Children’s Programs

Not all members of Medicaid can join the Georgia Families program. These members will continue to get health services the way they do now. Members of the following special children’s program cannot become members of Georgia Families at this time: GAPP – The Georgia Pediatric Program (GAPP) provides services to medically fragile children with multiple …

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What is WIC?

The Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Supplemental Nutrition Program is a federally-funded health and nutrition program that provides low-income pregnant or postpartum women, infants, and children ages 5 and under some of the following services: Growth monitoring Nutrition education and counseling to help you and your family eat well and be healthy Breastfeeding promotion and support Food …

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What is EPSDT?

What is EPSDT? The Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnostic, and Treatment (EPSDT) is a federal benefit which allows your child to have services that: keep them healthy; identify signs of poor health; find the causes of poor health; and get treatment for those causes.  It is available to Medicaid members from birth up to twenty-one …

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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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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: Your Medicaid/PeachCare for Kids ID Card 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 …

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Member Surveys

Were you randomly chosen to participate in the survey regarding Georgia Families and your enrollment experience?  If so, please take the time to complete the survey form and return it to us. We use your feedback to improve our website, enrollment materials, outreach sessions, call center and overall customer satisfaction.  Basically, completing this survey will …

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Newborns

Congratulations on your newborn!  Here at Georgia Families we want you and your baby to remain happy and healthy.  This is why it is important for you to join a health plan that is right for you both. Some health plans offer extra benefits for new moms!  Some of them are: Special programs like community baby …

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Creating an Online Profile

You can create an online profile to help manage your own Georgia Families’ information.  Members who have an online profile are allowed to: Update their telephone number Update their address information Enroll into a health plan Select a Primary Care Provider (PCP) Transfer health plans Send secure emails to Georgia Families Now that you know …

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