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Frequently Asked Questions

Will I lose my Medicaid?

What services are covered under Medicaid?

Is there a fee associated with submitting an application?

What if I lose my job?

Can kids and adults qualify?

Will I have to change my Primary Care Provider (PCP)?

Where can I find a list of Medicaid providers?

Who would be reimbursed?

How do I sign up?

What are my responsibilities?

How will my doctor know I have LaHIPP?

What about my out-of-pocket costs such as copays, coinsurance and deductibles?

What forms will I need?

Are waiver programs eligible for LaHIPP?


Will I lose my Medicaid?

No, you will not lose your Medicaid eligibility if found eligible for LaHIPP.

What services are covered under Medicaid?

The covered Medicaid Services Chart may be found at this link.

Is there a fee associated with submitting an application?

No. There is no cost to apply for LaHIPP.

What if I lose my job?

If you lose your job, please notify us immediately. Our toll-free number is 1-855-618-5488.

Can kids and adults qualify?

Yes.

Will I have to change my Primary Care Provider?

Change may not be necessary, as long as your provider is an in-network provider for your insurance plan and they will bill Medicaid.

Where can I find a list of Medicaid providers?

A list of Medicaid providers can be found here.

Who would be reimbursed?

The policy holder. The state will reimburse your premium payments via direct deposit or mail you a check each month as long as you continue to qualify for LaHIPP.

How do I sign up?

  • Download an application here
  • Fax: 1-855-618-5486
  • Mail: 7389 Florida Blvd., Suite 400, Baton Rouge, LA  70806
  • Telephone: 1-855-618-5488

What are my responsibilities?

Please refer to the Rights & Responsibilities page of your application.

How will my doctor know I have LaHIPP?

Let your doctor know you are enrolled in LaHIPP and be sure to give both the Medicaid and health insurance benefit cards at check-in.

What about my out-of-pocket costs such as copays, coinsurance and deductibles?

LaHIPP will pay the out-of-pocket costs for the Medicaid members enrolled in the program. If someone on the policy does not have Medicaid, they are responsible for the copays, coinsurance and deductibles.

What forms will I need?

You will need two forms:

The first is for your employer, the Employer Health Insurance Information Form and

the second is for you to sign and return agreeing that you understand the program and will comply with the program guidelines. It is the Rights and Responsibilities Form.

Are waiver programs eligible for LaHIPP?

The policy for the LaHIPP program has been updated, and waiver recipients are no longer eligible to enroll in the program.