If your income is below any amount listed, your child could be eligible for Medical Assistance. For more details, please call 800.543.7101.
1 Dependent on your income, your child may be enrolled in Medical Assistance. Commonwealth of PA guidelines require weekly wages to be calculated at 48 payments and biweekly wages to be calculated at 24 payments.
2 You must make more than $82,268 to be eligible for the full cost program.
Income guidelines according to the January 13, 2021, Federal Register. FPIG's are effective for CHIP for March 1, 2021.
The bottom income limit for CHIP forms the upper income limit for Medicaid. The Affordable Care Act permits an income disregard of 5% of the upper Medicaid limit for applicants with incomes near the limit. This provision could result in some CHIP applicants being referred to the Department of Public Welfare if the household income is near the upper Medicaid limit.
CHIP coverage is issued by Keystone Health Plan® Central through a contract with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. BlueCross Dental℠ and BlueCross Vision℠ are issued by Capital Advantage Assurance Company®. Capital Advantage Assurance Company and Keystone Health Plan Central are subsidiaries of Capital BlueCross. All are independent licensees of the BlueCross BlueShield Association. Communications are issued by Capital BlueCross in its capacity as administrator of programs and provider relations.