Getting the coverage you need requires careful planning. Know what to expect so you can take the right steps now.


When it comes to Medicaid eligibility, what you don’t know can hurt you. Arming yourself with facts is the first step to ensuring you or your loved one will receive the healthcare coverage you need when it's needed most.

With numerous complex requirements, tight timeframes to meet, and mounds of paperwork to complete, the Medicaid application process can seem overwhelming at times.

But what if you had a 20-year Medicaid veteran by your side to sort out the details?

That’s essentially what we are offering in this guidebook. We asked our resident Medicaid expert to share what she’s learned from the other side of the desk during her time at Medicaid.

You'll discover how taking some simple proactive measures will help you navigate the eligibility process smoothly. And you may also find out that some rules about property ownership aren’t as restrictive as you may have heard. In this guide, we separate fact from fiction. For example, you’ll learn:

  • A checklist of financial documents to gather
  • How the property ownership clause of Medicaid coverage really affects you
  • What is actually involved in a property lien
  • Which steps to take to protect your interests
  • How to work collaboratively with family members and Medicaid staff
  • Which assets are counted to determine eligibility
  • Helpful tips for meeting Medicaid timelines

There’s a lot to consider when it comes to Medicaid eligibility in Alabama, but you don’t have to tackle it alone. Don’t let anything stand between you or your loved one getting the care they need—download our eBook today.



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