Healthy Michigan Plan

What is the Healthy Michigan Plan?

The Healthy Michigan Plan is a Medicaid health care program through the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS).  This health care coverage will encourage healthy behaviors and personal responsibility to help low-income Michigan resident’s access affordable health coverage.

Eligibility for Healthy Michigan Plan

  • Between the ages of 19-64 years
  • Have income at or below 133% of the Federal Poverty Level.  See below table on income guidelines
  • Do not qualify for or are not enrolled in Medicare
  • Do not qualify for or are not enrolled in other Medicaid programs
  • Are not pregnant at the time of application
  • Are residents of the State of Michigan

What does Healthy Michigan Plan Cover?

  • Outpatient services like:
    • Doctors visits
    • Prescriptions
    • Labs
    • X-rays
  • Emergency Room Services
  • Hospitalization
  • Family Planning Services
  • Dental Services
  • Mental Health and Substance abuse services
  • Non-Emergency Transportation Services

And much more…….

Enrollment is free and assistance in applying is available at Genesee Health Plan by calling 844-232-7740.  **Please be aware that due to limited space, there are only two chairs in each Enrollment and Health Navigation office.**

Healthy Michigan Income Guidelines based on 2019 Federal Poverty Levels

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Changes Coming in 2020

Due to a new state law, Healthy Michigan Plan (HMP) changes are coming in January 2020.  These changes may affect HMP members (beneficiaries).  GHP is working on updating information on our website about these changes as they become available:

  • Work Requirements:  HMP beneficiaries will have to report at least 80 hours of work or other qualifying activities each month in order to keep their health care coverage.  To learn more about the work requirements,  click here.
  • New Premium Amounts and Healthy Behavior Requirements:  Some beneficiaries who have had HMP health care coverage for at least 48 months (4 years) will also have to make new premium payments and do an annual Health Risk Assessment (HRA) to keep their health care coverage.  To learn more about the new premium amount and healthy behavior requirements, click here.


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