I just got accepted for Medicaid (healthy connections). This is my secondary insurance for myself and will be my baby boys insurance when he arrives. I was told he would be covered for a little while, but in order to recieve his card and him to still be on Medicaid … What do i need to do? Have the hospital fax papers, proof of birth? Or wait until he gets his social security card/birth certificate? I’ve never revieved public health assistance until now and need some help on how to go about medicaid when the baby boy arrives! Thankyou.
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