Conditional eligibility notices will be sent to affected Covered California consumers who have not resolved their inconsistency and submitted documents 45 days after their eligibility determination. These reminder notices are available in English and Spanish, only.
Beginning in August, 2016, Covered California will send a notice to those consumers approaching or are over their 65th birthday who may be eligible for Medicare. The notice advises them that they may no longer be eligible for Advanced Premium Tax Credit or Covered California coverage. If the consumer receives the notice, it will be displayed in the online application (CalHEERS).
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has released a Frequently Ask Questions documents discussing health insurance subsidies when a person is incarcerated in jail or prison. This includes such situations of a person being arrested but not yet convicted of a crime and those on probation and parole.
Consumers began to receive a Covered California notice February 2016 as a reminder that they need to provide documents to prove they are eligible to continue their health insurance and/or financial assistance through Covered California. The first round of this conditional eligibility notice was sent to those consumers with a coverage start date of January 1, 2016.