Planning for Life

5 Common MassHealth Myths & Misconceptions

Posted by Patricia C. D'Agostino on February 18, 2020

 

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With so much at stake, planning — and paying — for long-term care services such as assisted living or nursing home stays can be a confusing and anxiety-ridden process. Medicaid (known as MassHealth in Massachusetts) provides coverage for long-term care costs, including comprehensive coverage for skilled nursing home care and supplemental coverage for the cost of assisted living and home health care, but there are some common misconceptions about what MassHeath does and does not cover and who is eligible.

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Topics: nursing homes, MassHealth, Estate Planning, financial planning, Medicaid, MassHealth lien

MassHealth Permitted Late Intervention in Personal Injury Case

Posted by Harry S. Margolis on May 22, 2018

By Harry S. Margolis

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In 2009, Evelyn E. Gries was hit by a car driven by Annmarie B. Hunt. Ms. Gries died about a year and a half later and a year and a half after that her estate brought suit against Ms. Hunt. In another year and a half (there's a pattern here) at the end of 2013, the parties settled for the full amount of Ms. Hunt's insurance, $250,000. They stipulated to the dismissal of the lawsuit at the beginning of 2014.

None of the parties notified MassHealth

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Topics: MassHealth, personal injury settlement, MassHealth lien

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