256B.061 Eligibility; retroactive effect; restrictions.
(a) If any individual has been determined to be eligible for medical assistance, it will be made available for care and services included under the plan and furnished in or after the third month before the month in which the individual made application for such assistance, if such individual was, or upon application would have been, eligible for medical assistance at the time the care and services were furnished. The commissioner may limit, restrict, or suspend the eligibility of an individual for up to one year upon that individual's conviction of a criminal offense related to application for or receipt of medical assistance benefits.
(b) On the basis of information provided on the completed application, an applicant who meets the following criteria shall be determined eligible beginning in the month of application:
(1) whose gross income is less than 90 percent of the applicable income standard;
(2) whose total liquid assets are less than 90 percent of the asset limit;
(3) does not reside in a long-term care facility; and
(4) meets all other eligibility requirements.
The applicant must provide all required verifications within 30 days' notice of the eligibility determination or eligibility shall be terminated.
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