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Medicare Savings Programs in Kansas

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By Daniel Petkevich
Mar 22, 2023

See if you qualify for out-of-pocket savings

Paying for Medicare can seem like an overwhelming prospect for many people approaching retirement age. You might be used to your private insurance through your employer, and you’re not sure how to budget for health insurance through retirement. The good news is there are several Medicare savings programs available in Kansas to help eligible individuals pay for their Medicare premiums and out-of-pocket expenses. Let’s dig deeper into these programs and how you might qualify.

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What are Medicare Savings Programs?

Medicare Savings Programs

are state-based programs to help ease some of the burdens of out-of-pocket costs associated with Medicare. In addition to helping with premiums, deductibles, and co-pays, if you qualify for an MSP in Kansas, you don't have to worry about the

Part D Donut Hole

People can join Medicare Savings Programs based on their monthly income and resources (money in bank accounts plus some investments). In Kansas, there are three Medicare Savings programs that we will outline below. But first, let’s talk through some of the steps to apply for MSPs in Kansas.

How to apply for Medicare Savings Programs

You can apply for Medicare Savings Programs in Kansas at the KanCare website: 
You can also call the following number to receive a paper version of the application if you prefer,
1-800-792-4884. Although the paper application might be subjected to more delays through snail mail.
Through the application process, you will be expected to list your sources of income and investments to see if you qualify for MSPs. 
The sources of income might include the following: 
  • Social security
  • Pension
  • Veteran’s benefits
  • Rent
  • Alimony
The resources they might ask you to list include:
  • Stocks and bonds
  • Checking and savings accounts
  • Life insurance policies
  • Vehicles

Should you apply?

The short answer is yes. Even if you do not meet the requirements as listed for Medicare Savings Programs in Kansas, you can still try to take advantage of the discounted rate and lower out-of-pocket costs. For seniors on a fixed income, qualifying for MSPs can make a huge difference in their monthly budget.

Qualifying for Medicare Savings Programs in Kansas

The exact numbers for income and resources qualifications for MSPs in Kansas are subject to change. For the most up-to-date information, please call 1-800-792-4884 to confirm current resource and income guideline amounts. 
Generally speaking, you might qualify for Medicare Savings Programs through KanCare if your resources are at or below $9,090 for one person or $13,630 for a married couple and you meet the following income eligibility:

Qualified Medicare Beneficiary (QMB) Program: 

  • Overview: This program helps pay for Medicare Part A, Part B, and Part D premiums, deductibles, coinsurance, and copayments. 
  • To be eligible, you must be below a monthly income of $1,113 for an individual or $1,526 for a married couple in 2023 and limited resources.

Low-Income Medicare Beneficiary (LMB) Program: 

  • Overview: This program helps pay for Medicare Part B and Part D premiums.
  • To be eligible, you must be below a monthly income of $1,359 for an individual or $1,831 for a married couple in 2023 and limited resources.

Expanded Low-Income Medicare Beneficiary (ELMB) Program: 

  • Overview: This program helps pay for Medicare Part B and Part D premiums.
  • To be eligible, you must be below a monthly income of $1,529 for an individual or $2,060 for a married couple in 2023 and limited resources.


Medicare Savings Programs in Kansas can help you cover out-of-pocket healthcare costs. To apply for these programs or get more information, contact KanCare at 1-800-792-4884 or visit their website at


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