Category Archive: Georgia Families

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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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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New Interactive Blog

Welcome to the new Georgia Families interactive blog!  What do we mean by “interactive”?  Well, with this new and exciting way to blog, you may now leave us comments or ask us important questions and get our feedback!  It’s quick, it’s fun and it’s easy! We want to hear from you!  We look forward to …

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What to Do If You Are Pregnant

  Congratulations! Pregnancy can be a magical time for moms-to-be. It is also an important time for your baby’s health. At Georgia Families we want you and your baby to be happy and healthy, and we want to make sure you get pregnancy care right from the start. If you are already on Medicaid and …

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Finding Health Plans in Your Area

  At Georgia Families, we want to help you join the health plan that’s right for you.  We understand that each of your family members may have different needs. Each of the four health plans are available state wide, so every member of your family will have a choice of health plans.  In addition, we’ve created a chart that …

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Reading the Health Plan Comparison Charts

  The health plan comparison charts are very, very important to use when you’re ready to join a health plan. We want to make sure you understand them completely. The first thing you need to know is that every health plan has the same basic Medicaid services. But each plan may have different “extras.” Extras may be …

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The Georgia Families Website

  The Georgia Families website has lots of good information on it! You can learn all about the program there. You can even make some choices right online. Go to the Home Page and choose the things you’re interested in. Click to see these blogs, or visit our Facebook page and our Twitter feed.  You’ll …

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Eligible

  Eligible is a word that’s used in talking about health insurance. “Who is eligible for Medicaid” means “who qualifies for Medicaid?” To qualify, a person must be in a group that Medicaid covers. The person must also meet the Medicaid income limits. (The law tells what the groups are and what the limit is.) …

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Changing Health Plans

  If you want to change health plans, you can do it — but only during certain times. Read this blog to find out when and how to change plans. Enrollment means signing up for (or joining). When you enroll in a health plan, you sign up for the plan through Georgia Families. When you …

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Health Plans and Medicaid

  Do you find that it’s hard to understand the difference between Medicaid and a health plan? Lots of people do — and that’s why we’re writing about it in today’s blog. Medicaid is a government program that helps low income people pay for medical care. Each state runs its own Medicaid program, and each …

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