Claiming Medicaid in New Jersey requires homecare agencies to get HHA (Home Health Agency) certification. The agencies need to follow certain regulations that are set by their state regarding certifications and licensing. These can be found at the Bureau of Licensing and Certification or state’s Department of Human Services.
Governing Body: New Jersey Department of Human Services
Medicaid in New Jersey for the elderly is also known as the NJ FamilyCare program to provide coverage to aged, blind, and disabled people (ABD). Anyone making up to 138% of the federal poverty level (FPL) is eligible for Medicaid.
To apply online for the available Medicaid programs in New Jersey, you can visit NJ FamilyCare.
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