Find lists of dentists that accept Medicaid and/or participate in the Children's Health Insurance Program, a division of the national Medicaid program, at any state government's department of health and human services website. This information can also be found at Insure Kids Now.Know More
State governments' health and human services department websites feature user-friendly links and dropdown menus, allowing prospective patients to acquire appropriate information about dentists that accept Medicaid. There are often PDF and Excel formatted lists of dental providers accepting Medicaid and occasionally a link to Insure Kids Now.
On the Insure Kids Now website, click on the Learn About Programs In Your State link. A map of the United States appears. Click the corresponding state. On the following page, scroll down. Click Find Dental Providers.
Enter the appropriate search criteria, such as "Medicaid/CHIP," ZIP code and radius in miles. Click search, and wait for the results. The list of results includes each dentist's name, the practice's legal address, a phone number and the distance from the searcher's zip code to the dentist's office.
There is also info about whether the dentist accepts new patients, what form of dentistry they specialize in, such as general or orthodontics, and if the dentist's office is equipped to accommodate special needs. Links to the right of these details offer driving directions, full dentists' profiles and a means to map the address results.Learn more about Health Insurance
Lists of denial codes for Medicaid and other types of insurance, as well as the Claim Adjustment Reason Codes and the Remittance Advice Remark Codes, are available online at the Washington Publishing Company's website. Some states, such as California, publish their own set of denial codes, notes the State of California Department of Health Care Services.Full Answer >
There is a large number of dentists that accept both children and adults on Medicaid, such as Lenawee Dental Clinic Inc. in Adrian and Covenant Community Care Dental Center in Detroit. Both the Medicaid Dentistry website as well as the Michigan Department of Community Health offer tools to find a dentist that accepts Medicaid in a specific area.Full Answer >
To find a pediatric dentist who accepts Medicaid or the Children's Health Insurance Program, you can search the InsureKidsNow.gov website, which is operated by the Center for Medicaid and Medicare Services. This website helps people who need to navigate through health options available through their state coverageFull Answer >
According to the Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing, people who want to find out if their Medicaid is active can check the status through their state's benefits website, or they can call their county's social services department. Generally, Medicaid insurance stays active as long as they continue to meet the requirements for their state, including income limits. Changes in income can make a person ineligible for continued Medicaid coverage.Full Answer >