October 15, 2019
MMAP MEDICARE AWARENESS DAY
Dr. Alexis Travis, Senior Deputy Director of the Aging & Adult Services Agency (AASA) for the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) presents Jo Murphy, Executive Director for the Michigan Medicare/Medicaid Assistance Program (MMAP) a CERTIFICATE OF PROCLAMATION signed by Governor Gretchen Whitmer.
MI Health Link is a new health care option for Michigan adults, ages 21 or over, who are enrolled in both Medicare and Medicaid, and live in the counties of Barry, Berrien, Branch, Calhoun, Cass, Kalamazoo, Macomb, St. Joseph, Van Buren, Wayne or any county in the Upper Peninsula. This option is made available through the Affordable Care Act.
Call today to learn more!
If you have general questions about your MI Health Link enrollment options you may
call the Michigan Medicare/Medicaid Program (MMAP).
What is MI Health Link?
MI Health Link is a new health care option with built-in care coordination for Medicare and Medicaid services.
MI Health Link offers:
Are you eligible for MI Health Link?
In order to be eligible for MI Health Link you must:
Live in one of the following counties:
Are age 21 or older
Have full Medicare and full Medicaid
Why Choose MI Health Link?
You will not pay any co-payments or deductibles for in-network services including prescriptions (nursing home patient pay amounts still apply).
You have one plan and one card for all your Medicare and Medicaid benefits.
You will have your own Care Coordinator who will:
You can include your existing case manager or support coordinator in your integrated care team.
You will keep your current rights and services if you enroll.
What to Expect
If you are eligible for MI Health Link you will receive a letter that will explain:
Michigan Medicare / Medicaid Assistance Program
MDCH is an equal opportunity employer, services and program provider.