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Medicaid eligibility changes

What is Medicaid redetermination?

Medicaid redetermination is when the state checks to see if you still qualify for Medicaid.

Before the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency, this eligibility review would happen every year. This process is called redetermination. Redetermination was paused during the COVID-19 pandemic, and most people kept their Medicaid plan regardless of changes.

Is there anything I should do now?

Yes! Please make sure your address and contact information are current with your state Medicaid agency. Update your contact information and find out more at:

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