With the unwinding of continuous Medicaid eligibility comes tremendous impact to Medicaid beneficiaries. And it’s not just a loss of coverage they will be facing, but also the loss of benefits not typically covered by other types of insurance. As legislation provides a path to continue drawing down enhanced federal medical assistance percentage (FMAP) funding at reduced levels, states are tirelessly working through the eligibility redetermination process over a period of 12 to 14 months.
Our latest report, created in collaboration with the Population Health Alliance, offers expert insights and analysis to help you better understand:
- How the ending of continuous Medicaid eligibility will affect the redetermination process.
- What States, MCOs, Providers, and CBOs can do to assist individuals during this transition period.