County and Medical Assistance Site
This toolkit page is designed to provide key information regarding the implementation of the ACA to Eligibility Sites. The page and resources below will be updated as new information needs to be shared. We will update the date stamp above when the page is updated. We recommend you bookmark this page so you can come back often.
ACA Information & Consumer Materials
What You Need to Apply for Insurance (English)
What You Need to Apply for Insurance (Spanish)
Important Dates for Connect for Health Colorado and Medicaid (Available in English only)
Who Does What in Implementing the ACA (Available in English only)
Customer Contact Center (Call Center) Information (updated 09-30-2013)
Sample Script for Eligibility Workers: Use this sample script to help you direct clients wishing to complete a phone application. (updated 09-30-2013)
For the latest information, visit the CBMS Portal and read the Queue.
CBMS Preliminary Release Notes - September Build 2013
Sample Medicaid Notice of Action--sent to applicants to notify of Denial, Approval, Termination and/or Changes.
Notice of Action (English)
Notice of Action (Spanish)
Sample Medicaid "No Client Action is Needed" Letter--may be sent to newly eligible clients along with a Medicaid denial, if they apply in October or November 2013.
Client Correspondence for Newly Eligible - The flowchart below explains what client correspondence the newly eligible may receive if they apply during October or November 2013.
Draft Connect for Health Colorado Client Correspondence - Applicants who are denied Medicaid but are eligible for financial assistance through Connect for Health Colorado to help purchase health care coverage through the marketplace will receive correspondence from Connect for Health Colorado. The draft document below may evolve and should not be considered final.
The following resources are to provide background and assist counties in tracking activities that, pending approval from the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS), should be eligible for the enhanced match rate. Counties will need to begin tracking these activities October 1, 2013, in order to be eligible for any enhanced funding moving forward.