Daily Archives: March 27, 2008

Calling all Illegal Alien Would-be Anchor Baby Vessels: Oregon Wants to Give You Free Benefits!

The state recently got real about Real ID by beginning changes in who receives a driver’s license, but, along with the Day Labor Site for illegal aliens in Cornelius and Portland, paying the rents of illegal aliens awaiting deportation following the Fresh Del Monte raid, the state is EXPANDING a program to allow illegal alien women to give birth to their anchor babies here.
Lookie here at this missive from the state to illegal alien would-be moms. Keep in mind, CAWEH recipients don’t need a social security number or other documentation and will be covered even in NON EMERGENCY situations. Here.
CAWEH: Citizen Alien Waived Emergent Medical. But this covers NON emergency procedures.

Audience: Those interested in the pilot that will expand medical benefits to CAWEM pregnant women.

Subject:

A pilot expanding medical services for pregnant CAWEM clients who reside in Multnomah County or Deschutes County will begin April 1. The pilot will use OHP-CHP funding to pay for an enhanced benefit package, called “CAWEM Plus”. The CAWEM Plus medical benefit package is a slightly reduced version of the OHP Plus benefit package and will provide pre-natal Medicaid services to pregnant CAWEM women.

Any pregnant CAWEM client is eligible who resides in Multnomah County or Deschutes County, regardless of the Medicaid program used to determine CAWEM eligibility, including MAA CWM, MAF CWM, OPP CWM, etc. If the client moves from Multnomah or Deschutes County, pilot staff will send a timely continuing (10-day) notice of reduction to the client to reduce from the enhanced CAWEM Plus benefits to CAWEM benefits.

New CM system coding, CM notices and Notice Writer notices have been added to support the pilot:

·The CWX case descriptor and need/resource item will trigger the expanded CAWEM Plus benefit package and also will send new CM system notices. Only cases with residential addresses in Multnomah County (FIPS 051) or Deschutes County (FIPS 017) will require the CWX coding.

·Eligibility workers who are not part of the pilot will not have to add the CWX coding when transferring cases into the pilot. When a pregnant CAWEM client moves to Multnomah or Deschutes County, transfer the case to the appropriate branch and change the address at the same time. A report will be created of the transferred cases that will be worked by staff at the OHP Statewide Processing Center (5503). They will add the CWX coding to the CM case.

Tell ’em where you saw it. Http://www.victoriataft.com

Calling all Illegal Alien Would-be Anchor Baby Vessels: Oregon Wants to Give You Free Benefits!

The state recently got real about Real ID by beginning changes in who receives a driver’s license, but, along with the Day Labor Site for illegal aliens in Cornelius and Portland, paying the rents of illegal aliens awaiting deportation following the Fresh Del Monte raid, the state is EXPANDING a program to allow illegal alien women to give birth to their anchor babies here.
Lookie here at this missive from the state to illegal alien would-be moms. Keep in mind, CAWEH recipients don’t need a social security number or other documentation and will be covered even in NON EMERGENCY situations. Here.
CAWEH: Citizen Alien Waived Emergent Medical. But this covers NON emergency procedures.

Audience: Those interested in the pilot that will expand medical benefits to CAWEM pregnant women.

Subject:

A pilot expanding medical services for pregnant CAWEM clients who reside in Multnomah County or Deschutes County will begin April 1. The pilot will use OHP-CHP funding to pay for an enhanced benefit package, called “CAWEM Plus”. The CAWEM Plus medical benefit package is a slightly reduced version of the OHP Plus benefit package and will provide pre-natal Medicaid services to pregnant CAWEM women.

Any pregnant CAWEM client is eligible who resides in Multnomah County or Deschutes County, regardless of the Medicaid program used to determine CAWEM eligibility, including MAA CWM, MAF CWM, OPP CWM, etc. If the client moves from Multnomah or Deschutes County, pilot staff will send a timely continuing (10-day) notice of reduction to the client to reduce from the enhanced CAWEM Plus benefits to CAWEM benefits.

New CM system coding, CM notices and Notice Writer notices have been added to support the pilot:

·The CWX case descriptor and need/resource item will trigger the expanded CAWEM Plus benefit package and also will send new CM system notices. Only cases with residential addresses in Multnomah County (FIPS 051) or Deschutes County (FIPS 017) will require the CWX coding.

·Eligibility workers who are not part of the pilot will not have to add the CWX coding when transferring cases into the pilot. When a pregnant CAWEM client moves to Multnomah or Deschutes County, transfer the case to the appropriate branch and change the address at the same time. A report will be created of the transferred cases that will be worked by staff at the OHP Statewide Processing Center (5503). They will add the CWX coding to the CM case.

Tell ’em where you saw it. Http://www.victoriataft.com