Redetermination Module. Updated 12/02/2013. Objectives. Locate and Monitor cases due for Redetermination Schedule an early Redetermination Log in a Redetermination packet Perform the Redetermination Process Overdue and Not Logged Redeterminations. How to Take this Training.
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The Department of Human Services must periodically redetermine an individual’s eligibility for active programs. The redetermination process includes a thorough review of all eligibility factors.
An ex parte reviewis required before Medicaid closures when there is an actual or anticipated change, unless the change would result in closure due to ineligibility for all Medicaid. When possible, an ex parte review should begin at least 90 calendar days before the anticipated change is expected to result in case closure. The review includes consideration of all MA categories; see BAM 115 and BAM 220.
A complete redetermination is required at least every 12 months.
Bridges sets the redetermination date according to benefit periods; seeEligibility Decisions in
24 - month
3 - month
6 - month
12 - month
* If a CDC group is active for other programs, Bridges will set the CDC redetermination date to be the same redetermination date as the other program if 12 months or less.
** A ex parte review must be completed before closing an individual in one of these categories if the closure is for any reason other than total ineligibility for any MA (such as moved out of state or death). The ex parte review must consider eligibility in all other FIP and SSI related MA categories.
Newborn MA - Newborn cases must be scheduled for redetermination no later than the month of the child’s first birthday; see BEM 145.
Group 2 Persons Under 21 - If a member will reach age 21 before the month the case is scheduled for redetermination, an ex parte review should begin at least 90 days prior to the date the member turns 21; see BAM 210.
Bridges generates a redetermination packet to the client three business days prior to the negative action cut-off date in the month before the redetermination is due. Bridges schedules required redetermination appointments in the first 10 business days of the redetermination month.
The packet includes the following as determined by the TOA to be redetermined:
Redetermination forms may include:
DHS-574, Redetermination Telephone Interview (FIP and FAP - Bridges only form)
DHS-1010, Redetermination (all TOA).
DHS-1046, Semi-Annual Contact Report (FAP).
DHS-1171, Assistance Application (all TOA).
DHS-2240-A, Mid-Certification Contact Notice (MA and FAP).
DHS-2063-B, Continuing Your Food Assistance Benefits (FAP).
DHS-4574, Medicaid Application for Long-Term Care.
DCH-0373-D, MI Child and Healthy Kids Application.
Redetermination of an active program may be scheduled up to three months before the review date. Redetermination of active programs may be necessary for one of the following reasons:
Step-by-Step Instructions to Schedule an Early Redetermination:
On Left Navigation, select Redetermination.
Select Initiate Redetermination.
The Redetermination Ready page displays.
Enter the case number.
The Redetermination Details displays at the bottom.
Review the redetermination details to make sure you have retrieved correct case.
Click the Schedule Early box for each TOA you want to schedule early.
Submitted Successfully message displays at the top.
You must complete the above steps at least 4 business days prior to the Negative Action Cut-Off Day the month prior to the month of the early redetermination.
Here is the Bridges page where you can select the EDG you wish to schedule early. Notice that only one of the boxes is not “grayed out”. That is the box for the FAP EDG, and in this example, it is the only program that meets the criteria for scheduling early.
Select “Schedule Early” for the FAP EDG.
You will see a green message under the page title
that states: “Submitted Successfully” and the “Schedule Early” box for the FAP EDG will now be grayed out.
The “Revert” button in the next column will allow you to change your mind about rescheduling the review early, until the date the packets have been sent.
Left Navigation>Redetermination>Initiate Redetermination.
Once Bridges has sent the packet and/or scheduled the appointment, Bridges will update the redetermination status to Redetermination Packet and/or Appointment Sent.
This indicates that the redetermination process has been started.
If this status remains and the redetermination packet and/or appointment are never updated to being received and/or shown, Bridges will automatically close the program based on policy.
Bridges will update to Redetermination Completed once the data has been updated, EDBC has been run, and the programs have been certified.
Mrs. Imma Worker checks her future redeterminations in Bridges and notices she has 83 redeterminations in August 2013. Mrs. Worker decides to send some of her August redeterminations out early to balance her caseload. She decides to schedule15 August redeterminations in May and 20 August redeterminations in June.
To schedule 15 of Mrs. Worker’s August redeterminations in May, by what day will she have to schedule them early?
Negative Action Cut Off Days:
March = 03/18/2013
April = 04/19/2013
May = 05/20/2013
June = 06/17/2013
04/15/2013 is correct!
To schedule 20 of Mrs. Worker’s August redeterminations in June, by what day will she have to schedule them early?
05/14/2013 is correct!
If the client is found eligible, a new redetermination date for the EDG is set based on the month you processed the redetermination. The client’s new benefit period begins the month following the month you processed the redetermination.
No Interview Required
If both a telephone and in-person interview are acceptable choose the method that is more convenient for the client. Conduct an in-person interview if the client requests one or fraudulent information is suspected. For more information on who can be interviewed for each program see BAM 210.
To log the redetermination packet in as received:
Bridges Left Navigation > Redetermination > Packet Received
After you have logged in the redetermination packet as received you can proceed with the redetermination. Go to Bridges Left Navigation > Data Collection > Initiate Interview.
What Case Action will you use?
For annual redeterminations, use the Redetermination Case Action. You must update all information that has changed or requires re-verification at Redetermination (income, assets, and medical/support/ dependent care expenses).
Forsemi-annualormid-certificationcontacts,usetheCaseChangeCaseAction.Youmustupdateall information thathaschangedorrequiresre-verification(income,childsupportexpense,etc.).
Bridges will update the review dates for a program ONLY if the redetermination has been initiated.