[Parentsgroup-list] Re: Parentsgroup-list Digest, Vol 398, Issue 1

Misty Ojure misty.ojure at gmail.com
Thu Dec 11 12:49:37 EST 2008


We have MassHealth for our one-year old and have had a very good
experience so far.  Her primary physician is an Osteopath (Dr Cleary),
which we think is pretty cool.

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> From: "Jennifer Anderson" <jengoodand at googlemail.com>
> Subject: Re: [Parentsgroup-list] masshealth insurance for newborn
> To: "Tope Fadiran Charlton" <tope.fadiran at gmail.com>
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> I got MassHealth coverage for my kids even though I don't have it. (I am
> covered through the HUHS insurance)
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> My experience with MassHealth has been great so far. For us it made sense
> because a) it is completely free -no premiums, no co-pays, b) it covers
> dental and vision and c) lots of doctors and dentists accept it, so we could
> find providers near our house (we don't live in Cambridge).
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> I chose Neighborhood Health, but I think all of the companies are supposed
> to be good.
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> Hope that's helpful!
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> Jennifer Anderson
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> On Tue, Dec 9, 2008 at 2:41 PM, Tope Fadiran Charlton <
> tope.fadiran at gmail.com> wrote:
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>> Hi all,
>>
>> I have some questions about how I would go about getting Masshealth
>> insurance for a new baby.  Do I or my spouse have to have MassHealth
>> insurance in order for the baby to have it?  I'd also love to hear feedba=
> ck
>> from parents who got MassHealth insurance for their infants/kids rather t=
> han
>> HUHS insurance - how is that working out for you?  Thanks in advance for
>> your thoughts/advice!
>>
>> Tope
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