QUEST Integration covers the following groups:
Provides Medicaid eligibility for individuals age nineteen years or older and under age sixty-five years.
Provides Medicaid eligibility for infants and children under age nineteen, or under age twenty one years old and in receipt of foster care, kinship guardianship, or adoption assistance.
Former Foster Care Children
Provides Medicaid eligibility for certain former beneficiaries of foster care, kinship guardianship, or adoption assistance who are age eighteen years but under age twenty-six years old.
Parent and Other Caretaker Relatives
Provides Medicaid eligibility for a parent or other caretaker relative living with a child under age nineteen years.
Provides Medicaid eligibility for pregnant women to include a pregnant individual under age nineteen years, whose household income exceeds the age-specific income standard for a household of applicable size for participation under Title XIX of the Social Security Act, or under age twenty-one years and in receipt of foster care, kinship guardianship, or adoption assistance.
Transitional Medical Assistance
Provides Medicaid eligibility provisions of transitional medical assistance for a pregnant woman, or parent or caretaker relative, to include a qualified non-citizen, living with a child under age nineteen or an individual who is under age twenty-one and in receipt of foster care, kinship guardianship or adoption assistance, who becomes ineligible for medical assistance as a result of increased earned income, or collection or increased collection of spousal support payments under section 1925 of the Social Security Act.
Aged, Blind, and Disabled
Provides Medicaid eligibility for aged, blind, and disabled individuals under the provisions of Title XIX of the Social Security Act.