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Medicaid: Forms An Analyst May Ask You To Complete (Supplemental Questionnaires)


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After completing the initial paperwork, an analyst who is determining whether you are "disabled" for purposes of Medicaid may send you supplemental questionnaires to be completed. These questionnaires are frequently called "Optional" forms, but that does not mean they are optional for you. It means they are optional for the Disability Analyst. If the Analyst decides he or she wants you to complete the forms, you have to complete them in order to keep your claim alive.

Some of the questionnaires you may encounter are the fatigue questionnaire, the pain questionnaire and the daily activities questionnaire.

The analyst may also ask for a statement from your doctor, and a daily activities questionnaire from you.

There are tips to know about before completing questionnaires relating to your medical condition. 

NOTE: There are other forms that may be used in the process that you should be aware of even though you are not expected to complete them. Each state develops its own forms, so while the forms are similar because they all need the same information, the specific form will vary from state to state.

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