Those with Medicare Part A hospital insurance, income below 100% of poverty, and countable resources below $4,000.00 (individual) or $6,000.00 (couple) are automatically eligible for Medicaid in South Carolina as Qualified Medicare Beneficiaries (QMB).
Medicaid pays the Medicare Part B premium only for those with income between 120%-135% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines, while those with income between 135%-175% receive small partial payments.
People whose income is between 100%-120% of poverty level (with similar resource limitations) are eligible for Medicaid as Specified Low Income Medicare Beneficiaries (SLMB).
Medicaid Program - Mandatory Group Coverage
Medicaid Program - Services
Medicaid Program - Non-Financial Eligibility
Medicaid Program - Financial Eligibility
Medicaid Program - Overview
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