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Your Florida Medicaid plan has many benefits to help you make the most of your plan.
Welcome to Florida Medicaid! Learn more about your coverage and benefits and find the documents you need.
Your Florida Medicaid plan includes medical, vision and hearing coverage, as well as expanded benefits. You also have prescription drug and behavioral health benefits and may also have long-term care coverage, depending on your plan.
There are many things to worry about in an emergency or disaster—your health insurance coverage should not be one of them. Florida Medicaid is here to support you during public health emergencies or disasters.
See what steps we take to make sure you are covered.
Medicaid provides free or low-cost health insurance to millions of Americans. Coverage is open to low-income people, families and children, pregnant women, senior citizens and people with disabilities.
Sometimes new health and dental plans are added to your Medicaid benefits. When this happens, there are guidelines in place to make sure that you are covered during the transition to these new plans.
This is called Continuity of Care (COC). COC makes sure that your dental and health services won’t be interrupted when we switch plans. You will be able to see your doctors and fill your prescriptions like normal.
The Agency for Health Care Administration (Agency) contracts with Medicaid health and dental plans to provide services to health plan enrollees in the Statewide Medicaid Managed Care (SMMC) program. The Agency recently entered into new contracts with health and dental plans. As part of those contracts, the Agency achieved program changes that greatly benefit enrollees and providers.
Health and dental plans are required to ensure continuity of care (COC) during the transition period for Medicaid recipients enrolled in the SMMC program. COC requirements ensure that when enrollees transition from one health plan to another, one service provider to another, or one service delivery system to another (i.e., fee-for-service to managed care), their services continue seamlessly throughout their transition.
The Agency has instituted the following COC provisions:
More information about COC provisions can be referenced on the COC program highlight document, which is posted on the Agency’s website at , opens new window. Once on the page, click Program Changes, then the Outreach and Presentations link.
Florida Medicaid is proud to provide health insurance coverage in the following counties: