How To: Place caretaker or relative’s children in HBX without recording caretaker’s income.

  1. How To: Place caretaker or relative’s children in HBX without recording caretaker’s income.

    What’s the issue? Income of caretakers should not be included when determining a child’s eligibility. If household income is below the MCHP ceiling If the household income is below the… Read More

  2. Anonymous Browsing Now Open for 2018 Plans

    Anonymous browsing is now open for 2018 health plans at MarylandHealthConnection.gov. Consumers should click “Get Started” and then choose “Get an Estimate” to enter basic information to review health and… Read More

  3. Online Enrollment in a Managed Care Organization

    Maryland Health Connection offers a new option for consumers who have been determined eligible for Medicaid to choose and enroll in a Managed Care Organization (MCO) online. Once consumers are… Read More

  4. Catastrophic Plan Choice

    In addition to the four metal levels of plans available to consumers, some people also may be eligible for Catastrophic plans. These plans are available only to people younger than… Read More

  5. New Insider’s Edge Updates: Issues 153-155

    The Insider’s Edge newsletter is produced by the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. In the issues, “Medicaid Marge” discusses Medicaid eligibility and enrollment policy. You can also visit… Read More

  6. Help Consumers Enter Household Income

    It is important that consumers applying for health coverage accurately answer household income questions so they receive the right amount of financial help. Entering the correct income information ensures that… Read More

  7. Welcome to The Classroom

    “The Classroom” is directed at the Maryland Health Benefit Exchange’s consumer-assistance audience, made up of hundreds of connectors, producers and application counselors who help Marylanders enroll in health coverage. As… Read More