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Recipient Notices
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Recipient Notice 06-03 Notice with important information about Medicare Prescription Drug Benefit program (Part D) for people who have both Medicare and limited Medicaid benefits (full dual eligibles)
Recipient Notice 06-02 Notice with important information about Medicare Prescription Drug Benefit program (Part D) for people who have both Medicare and full Medicaid benefits (full dual eligibles)
Recipient Notice 06-01 Notice with important information about Medicare Prescription Drug Benefit program (Part D) for people who have both Medicare and full Medicaid benefits (full dual eligibles)
Recipient Notice 05-04 Notice regarding important changes to drug benefits for people who have both Medicare and full Medicaid (Medicare Part D)
Recipient Notice 05-03 Notice regarding changes to the Medicaid Maternity Care Program for women in Dallas, Perry and Wilcox counties
Recipient Notice 05-02 Notice regarding changes to the Medicaid Maternity Care Program for women in Greene and Hale counties
Recipient Notice 05-01 Notice regarding changes to the Medicaid Maternity Care Program for women in Calhoun, Cherokee, Cleburne, DeKalb and Etowah counties
Recipient Notice 04-03 Read this notice to find out about important changes to your Medicaid drug benefits!
Recipient Notice 04-02 Starting May 1, 2004, Medicaid is changing the number of paid doctor visits.
Recipient Notice 04-01 The Patient 1st Program for Medicaid recipients in Alabama will end on March 1, 2004. All people now on Patient 1st will go back on the regular Medicaid Program and get the same benefits as other people in Alabama who have Medicaid.
Recipient Notice 03-01 Important notice of privacy practices - Effective April 14, 2003 There is a new law that protects you by keeping your medical information private. Read this notice to find out what you need to know!
Recipient Notice 02-03 Important information regarding free telephone numbers
Recipient Notice 02-02 Important information regarding women in Mobile County
Recipient Notice 02-01 Important information regarding women in Dallas, Perry or Wilcox Counties
Recipient Notice 00-01 Important information regarding the Patient 1st program in Mobile County.
Recipient Notice 99-11 This notice will be sent to persons having Medicaid eligibility and is to be used as proof of eligibility in the unlikely event that electronic eligibility verification is unavailable in January or February 2000.

Recipient Notice 99-10
Important news concerning the way that Medicaid pays nursing homes for the care they provide. If Medicaid pays for nursing home care for you or someone you know, please read about this important change.
Recipient Notice 99-09 Important news for all recipients who were part of the Bay Health Plan that concerns the termination of this program and how it affects you.
Recipient Notice 99-08 Important news for women on Medicaid concerning new Maternity Care Program counties effective October 1, 1999. If you are pregnant now or get pregnant in the future, you must get all of your care from the Medicaid Maternity Care Program for your county.
Recipient Notice 99-07 Important news for women on Medicaid! If you are pregnant now or get pregnant in the future, you must get all of your care from the Medicaid Maternity Care Program for your county.

Recipient Notice 99-06
The Medicaid Maternity Waiver Program in Lee County ended as of July 1, 1999. If you live in Lee County and are pregnant, you need to know about these important changes to your Medicaid!
Recipient Notice 99-05 Attention Bay Health Plan Recipients! The new benefit limitations have not gone into effect yet. Your benefits are currently the same as they had been.
Recipient Notice 99-03 If you are on Medicaid and are pregnant now or become pregnant in the future, you must get all of your care from the Medicaid Maternity Care Program for your county.

Recipient Notice 99-02
Starting on July 1, 1999, the Alabama Medicaid Agency will pay for rides to doctor visits or for other medical care for people on Medicaid who stay in a nursing home.
Recipient Notice 99-01 If you are on Medicaid and are pregnant now or become pregnant in the future, you must get all of your care from the Medicaid Maternity Care Program for your county. (Dallas, Perry & Wilcox counties)
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