News Recap: Week of August 14

By |2023-08-18T16:04:19-04:00Friday, August 18, 2023|

Last week, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) made public letters it sent to state Medicaid agencies across all 50 states and Washington, D.C. The letters identified three

News Recap: Week of July 31

By |2023-08-04T12:58:23-04:00Friday, August 4, 2023|

On July 28, the Biden Administration released new data confirming that many who had health coverage during the coronavirus pandemic are now losing it. While a decline in Medicaid coverage

News Recap: Week of July 24

By |2023-07-28T15:55:56-04:00Friday, July 28, 2023|

According to recent data from KFF, 75% of the nearly three million Americans who have lost Medicaid coverage may still be eligible for the public health insurance program. Across 32

News Recap: Week of July 17

By |2023-07-24T16:56:32-04:00Monday, July 24, 2023|

According to new data from KFF, about 75 percent of the 2.7 million people who have lost Medicaid coverage across 32 states and Washington, D.C. still may be eligible for

News Recap: Week of June 26

By |2023-07-02T17:09:45-04:00Sunday, July 2, 2023|

States are continuing to disenroll Medicaid recipients at a staggering rate, with a large percentage of those losing their coverage still eligible for the program. While the Medicaid redetermination process

News Recap: Week of June 19

By |2023-06-23T15:21:24-04:00Friday, June 23, 2023|

According to recent data, an estimated 1.5 million people have already lost their healthcare coverage since Medicaid redeterminations resumed on April 1. A majority of those were dropped due to

News Recap: Week of May 22

By |2023-05-26T11:51:34-04:00Friday, May 26, 2023|

Across the country, state Medicaid programs are redetermining the eligibility of an estimated 90 million beneficiaries. As experts predicted, new data from the states who have begun the redetermination process

News Recap: Week of May 8

By |2023-05-12T15:43:42-04:00Friday, May 12, 2023|

Under legislation passed by House Republicans last week, able-bodied adults ages 19 to 55 who don’t have children or other dependents would be required to work in exchange for enrollment