Demographic characteristics of Medicaid-only ADC families in New York City
New York (N.Y.). Human Resources Administration. Office of Policy and Economic Research, New York (N.Y.). Human Resources Administration. Office of Policy and Program Development
Office of Policy and Program Development, 1983 - Medical - 44 pages
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Medicaid Financial Eligibility Standards
adult household ADULT MALE-HEADED ADULTS BY SEX aExcluded all-benefit Annual Net Income approximately category of assistance community processing centers community spenddown community surplus income continuously eligible December Demographic Characteristics Distribution of MA-only Distribution of Marital eligibility requirements Eligibility Status eligible for Medicaid excess income families applying federally participating Health Insurance Home Relief hospital spenddown hospital surplus income household heads income from employment Income Sources initial case opening July MA-ONLY ADC ADULTS MA-only ADC families MA-only HR family Marital Status Married Separated Divorced median age Medicaid benefits Medicaid eligibility Medicaid program Medical Coverage MEPSPBCX Pile non-spenddown NYSES Office of Policy one-adult households OPENING AND ELIGIBILITY parent pensions percent of community percent of hospital Percentage Distribution population Public Assistance Recipients six months Social Security Source of Income spenddown requirement Status by Source Status of MA-only Supplemental Security Income surplus income provision Table Total Male Female two-adult households unemployment insurance York City