Nebraska Medicaid Program
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Nebraska’s Medicaid Program
Nebraska Medicaid pays for covered medical services for those persons who are unable to afford to pay for medically necessary services and who meet certain eligibility requirements.
Who is covered?
Nebraska Medicaid is available to certain low income persons including persons who are aged, blind, disabled, children, and others who meet eligibility requirements. CHIP is part of Nebraska Medicaid and provides medical assistance to children age 18 and younger.
What services are covered?
Nebraska Medicaid covers many Medically Necessary services from any health provider qualified to perform the services who participates in the Nebraska Medicaid program. Click here Medicaid Client Benefit Booklet for descriptions of the services covered.
How can I apply?
An application form must be completed and given to the Nebraska Department of Health & Human Services. For more information, contact your nearest Health and Human Services Office. Print an application and mail it to the nearest Health and Human Services Office.
What is CHIP?
CHIP is health care coverage for qualified children developed by the State of Nebraska. It includes both the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) and the Nebraska Medical Assistance Program (also known as Medicaid). It provides coverage for medically necessary services through the Nebraska Medicaid Program. Click here CHIP for more information.
Where can I get more information?
For more information, contact your nearest Health and Human Services Office. For more information about CHIP call the toll-free number 1-877-632-5437 (1-877-NEB KIDS).
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