Tag: continuity of care

The State of State Protections: Maintaining Access to Services after Transitioning from Medicaid

As states resume conducting Medicaid and CHIP re-determinations of eligibility, the U.S. faces the most dramatic shift in coverage since implementation of the Affordable Care Act. As millions of people transition from Medicaid to private insurance coverage, they could experience disruptions in critical health care services. In their latest post for the Commonwealth Fund, Sabrina Corlette and Maanasa Kona review state-level continuity of care protections and actions states can take to preserve access to life-saving services for our most medically vulnerable.

Ensuring Continuity of Care for Individuals Transitioning from Medicaid to Marketplace: Post-PHE Considerations for States

Many of those losing their Medicaid eligibility after the COVID-19 public health emergency will have illnesses or conditions requiring uninterrupted access to health care services. In their latest Expert Perspective for the State Health & Value Strategies project, Sabrina Corlette and Jason Levitis outline several policy and operational changes states can make to ensure that people transitioning from Medicaid to the Marketplace can maintain continuity of care.

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