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
“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.”
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***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.
It appears than not everyone under 138% of MAGI qualifies for Medi-Cal and some that do, can still get Silver 94.
***the Medi-Cal definition of ‘full-scope’ means all medically necessary medical services, preventive services and dental services
Does this mean men (18 – 64) having 100% of FPL get the Enhanced Silver plans OR what does it mean
Here’s the most recent page on Covered CA’s site about it.
|San Diego County Outreach – Medi-Cal Expansion under ACA||ObamaCare – Expansion to 138% of FPL|
What is ‘full-scope” of benefit no cost Medi-Cal?
See also our share of cost Medi-Cal Page