The Healthy Michigan Plan provides health care coverage to low-income Michigan residents. The Healthy Michigan Plan was signed into law as Michigan Public Act 107 in 2013.Â April 1, 2014 was when the health care benefits became available to Michigan residents.
The Healthy Michigan Plan health care covers individuals who are 19-64 years old, have a modified adjusted gross income at or below 133 percent of the federal poverty level, do not qualify for or are not enrolled in other Medicaid programs, are not pregnant at the time of application, and are a resident of the State of Michigan. After one enrolls they will be sent an enrollment packet about the health plan choices an individual applies for coverage.
Healthy Michigan covers the federal essential health benefits as well as other services and benefits that include:
- Emergency services
- Ambulatory patient services
- Maternity care
- Mental health and substance use disorder treatment services
- Prescription drugs
- Rehabilitative and habilitative services and devices
- Â Laboratory and x-ray services
- Preventive and wellness services and chronic disease management
- Dental services
- Family planning
- Other services
If you would like more information please visit www.healthymichiganplan.org