Ohio Medicaid Printable Families Application Form Online PDF File 2012 & 2013

April 18, 2012
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Ohio currently has over 11.5 million residents and some of these residents may qualify for the Healthy Start & Healthy Families Medicaid assistance program.  Before making any assumptions of eligibility it might be a good idea to check out the application.  Some will be seeking the Ohio Medicaid printable families application form for 2012 and 2013.  All the information needed is available at jfs.ohio.gov.  Make sure to access the following link to get all your Medicaid information: Printable Medicaid Application Forms Online.

The necessary forms to file for different programs of Medicaid are as follows:

Ohio Healthy Start & Healthy Families Application - JFS 07216
Ohio Cash, Medical and Food Stamps Application - JFS 07200
Ohio Help with Medicare Expenses Application - JFS 07103
Ohio Request for Medicaid Home & Community-Based Services Application - JFS 02399
Ohio Medicaid Buy-In for Workers with Disabilities Addendum Application  - JFS 07211


Am I Eligible or Do I Qualify for Medicaid in Ohio?

This is a question that gets asked hundreds of times every single day.  It is very important to know that every person is a different case.  Just because you have a similar income or financial situation with someone who did not qualify in the past it does not mean that you should not apply.  Here is a very effect website that should help you much better determine if you will qualify for Medicaid in 2012, 2013 and beyond:

You can also check your application status here or get a better understanding of your case here.

Manage Care Plans Available for Medicaid Recipients County by County

Like most states, Ohio has county by county insurance plans that will work with those on Medicaid.  It is very important to not assume that your current healthcare plan will be covered.  Make sure to check the list below when looking for a new healthcare insurance company that will be covered by Medicaid in 2012 and 2013.

East Central Region Counties
Ashland
Carrol
Holmes
Portage
Richland
Stark
Summit
Tuscarawas
Wayne

  • Buckeye Community Health Plan
  • CareSource
  • United Healthcare Community Plan of Ohio

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Southwest Region Counties
Adams
Brown
Butler
Clermont
Clinton
Hamilton
Highland
Warren

  • AMERIGROUP Ohio, Inc.
  • CareSource
  • Molina HealthCare of Ohio

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West Central Region Counties
Champaigne
Clark
Darke
Greene
Miami
Montgomery
Preble
Shelby

  • AMERIGROUP Ohio, Inc.
  • CareSource
  • Molina HealthCare of Ohio

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Central Region Counties
Crawford
Delaware
Fairfield
Fayette
Franklin
Hocking
Knox
Licking
Logan
Madison
Marion
Morrow
Perry
Pickaway
Pike
Ross
Scioto
Union

  • CareSource
  • Molina HealthCare of Ohio

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Northeast Region Counties
Ashtabula
Cuyahoga
Erie
Geauga
Huron
Lake
Lorain
Medina

  • CareSource
  • Wellcare Health Plan Ohio

—–

Northeast Central Region Counties
Columbiana
Mahoning
Trumbull

  • CareSource
  • United Healthcare Community Plan of Ohio

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Northwest Region Counties
Allen
Auglaize
Defiance
Fulton
Hancock
Hardin
Henry
Lucas
Mercer
Ottawa
Paulding
Putnam
Sandusky
Seneca
Van Wert
Williams
Wood
Wyandot

  • Buckeye Community Health Plan
  • Paramount Advantage

Southeast Region Counties
Athens
Belmont
Coshocton
Gallia
Guernsey
Harrison
Jackson
Jefferson
Lawrence
Meigs
Monroe
Morgan
Muskingum
Noble
Vinton
Washington

  • CareSource
  • Molina HealthCare of Ohio
  • United Healthcare Community Plan of Ohio

Here is a list of all the managed care plans (MCPs) with their website available when clicked:

For much more information on exclusions, optional enrollment, choosing an MCP and your rights make sure to check out this very extensive resource.  When making a healthcare plan decision I would suggest doing as much research as possible.  Although you will have people helping you through every step of the process it never hurts to do a little bit of research yourself.  Some of these case workers are underpaid and might not know all of your options due to the fact that they are being overworked by the state.  This is just one of many resources that you should educate yourself on the Medicaid issues.

One of the main goals of the Ohio Medicaid program is to reduce hard caused by high cost and prevalent conditions such as:

1. High Risk Pregnancy /
Premature Births
2. Behavioral Health
3. Cardiovascular Disease
4. Diabetes
5. Asthma
6. Upper Respiratory Infections

If you have had any of these issues in the past and you have the opportunity to receive Medicaid then you might be in luck in the future.  More of the goals and objectives of the Ohio Medicaid program in the years to come is available in this pdf file.  Checking over some of the goals and objectives may help you sleep easy at night knowing that you will get the care needed to better your life.

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