New Hampshire Wants Asset Testing, Strict Citizenship Verification In Medicaid

August 03, 2018
New Hampshire is asking CMS for permission to impose new restrictions in its Medicaid program, including using asset tests to determine Medicaid eligibility, eliminating retroactive coverage and requiring Medicaid applicants to submit two forms of identification to prove their citizenship. The state also seeks to continue its Medicaid work requirement program — which CMS approved in May — for five years and to move people in its Medicaid expansion population into managed care plans. The requests are included in an...

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