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Working Healthy
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Many people with disabilities want to work but worry that doing so could jeopardize their vital health and long term care coverage. Working Healthy offers...Show more Many people with disabilities want to work but worry that doing so could jeopardize their vital health and long term care coverage. Working Healthy offers people with disabilities who are working or interested in working the opportunity to get or keep Medicaid coverage while on the job. Through Working Healthy people can earn more, save more, achieve their career goals, and still maintain their health coverage. Working Healthy is a Medicaid program. Show less
Kansas Dept. of Health and Environment
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Benefits Specialists are available to discuss Working Healthy and provide benefits planning and analysis regarding the effects of earnings on cash (Social...Show more Benefits Specialists are available to discuss Working Healthy and provide benefits planning and analysis regarding the effects of earnings on cash (Social Security Disability Insurance and Supplemental Security Income) and medical benefits (Medicare and Medicaid). Show less
Supplemental Security Income and Working Healthy report (2020)
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In most instances persons receiving Supplemental Security Income (SSI) would not realize any real benefit from Working Healthy/Work. An SSI recipient auto...Show more In most instances persons receiving Supplemental Security Income (SSI) would not realize any real benefit from Working Healthy/Work. An SSI recipient automatically receives Medicaid benefits, without a spenddown or premium, making Working Healthy unnecessary. WORK was designed to provide Working Healthy recipients with the same services that SSI recipients receive on Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) Waivers. Once an individual works enough to become ineligible for SSI cash benefits and health care, he/she may benefit from Working Healthy and WORK; however, it is always a good idea to discuss options with a Benefits Specialist before making any decisions. Show less
Kansas KanCare resources
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KanCare is the program through which the State of Kansas administers Medicaid. Launched in January, 2013, KanCare is delivering whole-person, integrated c...Show more KanCare is the program through which the State of Kansas administers Medicaid. Launched in January, 2013, KanCare is delivering whole-person, integrated care to more than 415,000 people across the state. Kansas has contracted with three health plans, or managed care organizations (MCOs), to coordinate health care for all people enrolled in Medicaid. Show less
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