Below you will find resources as they relate to Healthcare for All Kids including a link to the All Kids website, an All Kids presentation, and All Kids training information.
- All Kids-Healthcare for All Kids
- All Kids Presentation (pdf)
- All Kids Application Agent (AKAA) Manual-July 2010
- Guide to Completing the All Kids Application
- All Kids Training Opportunities
- State of Illinois Health & Wellness
The All Kids program offers Illinois uninsured children comprehensive healthcare that includes doctors visits, hospital stays, prescription drugs, vision care, dental care and medical devices like eyeglasses and asthma inhalers.
This presentation explains the role of the All Kids Application Agent; gives an overview of the different All Kids, FamilyCare and Moms & Babies health plans; and provides links to current income standards and detailed instructions on how to complete the All Kids application.
This manual explains the All Kids Application Agent process, defines the role of the All Kids Application Agent, specifies the Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services' requirements for Technical Assistance Payments (TAP), and gives detailed instructions for accurate completion of the All Kids, FamilyCare and Moms & Babies Application (Form 2378MC), hereafter called the 2378MC application. It complements the All Kids Application Agent Training.
Step by step instructions to complete the application.
All Kids Training Opportunities
State of Illinois Health and Wellness provides information on Illinois Healthcare Programs. Here, parents can sign up their children for the state's affordable health insurance programs, seniors can sign up for one of our affordable prescription drug programs, women can find information on free breast and cervical cancer screenings, and much more.
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