In accordance with Special Term and Condition (STC) #8 of Florida’s 1115 Managed Medical Assistance (MMA) Waiver, the Agency for Health Care Administration submitted to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services a phase-out plan for the Enhanced Benefits Account (EBA) program on January 31, 2014. Based on the current implementation schedule for the MMA program, the EBA program will be phased out, on a staggered basis, as the MMA program is implemented.
EBAP Phase Out Plan – January 31, 2014 [303KB PDF]
Florida Medicaid wants to encourage you to make healthy choices and participate in activities that will help keep you from getting sick. Beneficiaries in Florida Medicaid Reform plans will be eligible for enhanced benefits if they take part in specific activities. The goal is to reward your healthy behavior.
You will receive information on the activities that will earn enhanced benefits for you. When you complete one of the activities, credits will be deposited into an account for you. You will be able to access the credits in that account to pay for over the counter health-related supplies that are not already covered by Florida Medicaid, such as vitamins. If you leave Florida Medicaid coverage, you may still use the remaining credits in your enhanced benefit account to pay for health related supplies.
Complete List of Over-the-Counter Products, June 2014 [6.66MB MS Excel 2010] Updated 6/10/2014
Complete List of Over-the-Counter Products, June 2014 [11.78MB PDF] Updated 6/10/2014
Below are all the documents and information need to complete and submit your monthly report.
In order to use the new EBIS Health Plan Credit File Validator, you must do the following:
Email your comments and suggestions on Enhanced Benefits to: