Why does the Income Chart show the income level of 138% $16,244 – $17,644 to obtain Enhanced Silver 94 and the Covered Ca explanation says

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Excerpt of Covered CA MAGI Income Chart – This is from an earlier chart…
“Enhanced Silver 94: If you have an income between $15,857 ($11,490 if not eligible for full-scope Medi-Cal) and $17,235, you would qualify for an Enhanced Silver-level plan 94, which has a 94 actuarial value.”

***The income levels based on Federal Poverty Level, benefits and premiums change every year.  The best way to see what fits for you is to get a complementary quote and subsidy calculation.  Then we can discuss your situation more intelligently.

 

What is ‘full-scope” of benefit no cost  Medi-Cal?

***Depending on how you qualify for Medi-Cal, the program may pay for all of these services (full-scope Medi-Cal) or just some of them (partial-scope Medi-Cal).

Learn More ==>

Disability Benefits 101

Guide to Medi-Cal Programs 2006

Western Poverty Law Center Guide

See also our share of cost Medi-Cal Page   It appears than not everyone under 138% of MAGI qualifies for Medi-Cal and some that do, can still get Silver 94.

 

4 comments on “Full Scope Medi-Cal vs Silver 94?

    • Click here, get a quote and then when the plans show up, click compare on both of them and it will show them side by side.

      Here’s HMO, PPO & EPO Definitions.

      When you get the quotes, click on provider list and you can see if the plan includes your doctors and hospitals.

      To see the side by side comparison, you have to do it for a November or December effective date. January rates will be out 11.1.2018, but you won’t see the Blue Cross plans.

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