New Medicaid Tax Document from HCPF

Last month, the Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing sent new tax document IRS Form 1095-B to most individuals who were enrolled in Medicaid, including Long Term Care Medicaid, in 2015. Members do not need this form to file taxes. It is for their records, and they should keep it with their other tax documents. Read frequently asked questions about Form 1095-B for Medicaid members at

Depending on the source(s) of their health coverage in 2015, consumers may also receive a 1095-A, 1095-B or 1095-C form from another government-sponsored program like Medicare, the Marketplace Connect for Health Colorado, a private health insurance provider, or an employer.

Categories: HCPF, Medicaid