(1) An individual who receives medical care services (MCS) coverage must report the following changes:
(a) A change in address;
(b) A change in who lives in the home with the individual;
(c) When the individual's total gross monthly income goes over the eligibility standards for MCS and ADATSA as listed in WAC 182-508-0230
(d) When liquid resources are more than four thousand dollars;
(e) When the individual has a change in employment. The individual must notify the agency or the agency's designee if they:
(i) Get a job or change employers;
(ii) Change from part-time to full-time employment or from full-time to part-time employment;
(iii) Have a change in hourly wage rate or salary; or
(iv) Stop working.
(2) Changes listed in subsection (1) of this section must be reported to the agency or the agency's designee by the tenth day of the month following the month the change happened.
(3) When the change is a change in income, the date a change happened is the date the individual first received the income, e.g., the date of receipt of the first paycheck for a new job or the date of a paycheck showing a change in the amount of the individual's wage or salary.
(4) Changes that are reported late may result in receiving medical benefits to which the individual is not entitled.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 41.05.021, 74.09.035, and 2011 1st sp.s. c 36. 12-19-051, § 182-504-0100, filed 9/13/12, effective 10/14/12.]