Datapoint: CareSource Will Assist Medicaid Members With Georgia Work Requirements

Medicaid insurer CareSource earlier this month outlined plans to help its Georgia members adapt to the state’s new Medicaid work requirements program. Pathways to Coverage, which launched July 1, serves as a partial Medicaid expansion, allowing uninsured able-bodied adults living at or below the federal poverty line to become eligible for benefits if they participate in 80 or more hours per month of work, volunteering, school or another qualifying activity. CareSource said it will provide its members free access to CareSource Life Services, a work development program that assigns members life coaches “who work with them on issues related to employment, education, and other social determinants of health barriers.” CareSource currently enrolls 495,492 Medicaid and CHIP members in Georgia, 22.3% of the state’s managed Medicaid population.

Source: AIS’s Directory of Health Plans

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