Profile of Older Californians: Medicare Beneficiaries Near Income Eligibility for Medi-Cal


Medi-Cal covers long-term services and supports (LTSS) for its members, but Medicare beneficiaries who are Near Medi-Cal Income Eligible do not qualify for Medi-Cal LTSS. This is notable because Medicare beneficiaries who are Near Medi-Cal Income Eligible have higher rates of disability, less available income, and less access to social supports than those with higher incomes, and therefore are vulnerable to not having their care needs met. VIEW CHART BOOK

Date Updated: 07/20/2023

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