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Kentucky Medicaid Member Information Page


This is the Kentucky Medicaid Member Information page.

Frequently asked questions and information

If you have further questions or need assistance, please contact us by referring to the contact information on the lower left of this page.

What's New

(Dec. 4, 2015) - Any member of your household enrolled in Medicaid or KCHIP through kynect will receive his or her own Form 1095-B. If you file a tax return, you will be asked if you had health coverage. Form 1095-B is proof of the coverage you had with Medicaid. You should save Form 1095-B with your tax information. If you don't file a tax return, just keep Form 1095-B for your records. You can view a sample of the letter and form.

Get Help
1095-B Quick Reference provides answers to your questions about health coverage and your taxes.

You also can find answers to your questions from your tax preparer, your accountant or the IRS. To reach the IRS help service, go online or call the IRS toll free at (800) 829-1040.

Kentuckians have access to nearly 200 free tax preparation sites across the state where trained and IRS-certified volunteers will help you with your taxes. For more information on Volunteer Income Tax Assistance, go online or call Community Action Kentucky at (800) 456-3452.

(Sept. 23, 2015) - Members if you need to change your address please fill out the MAP-22 - Medicaid Member Address Change Form (rev. Sept. 2015) *New*

Managed Care Information

KY Department for Medicaid Services Managed Care Open Enrollment Information- 2016

The Department for Medicaid Services will be conducting an Open Enrollment period for recipients in a Managed Care plan starting Oct. 19, 2015 and ending Dec. 11, 2015.

For more information about covered benefits, services and the associated cost included in the letter, see:

To make a change, call us, toll-free at (855) 446-1245 , Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. pm Eastern time.

All plan changes made during Open Enrollment will take effect Jan. 1, 2016.

Attention Members - Information on how to change your Managed Care Organization (MCO)

Federal regulations allow members to change their managed care organizations outside the 90-day timeline to change. The process is called disenrollment for cause.

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Last Updated 12/14/2015