Tag: Medicaid redeterminations

Secrets to a Successful Unwinding: Actions State-Based Marketplaces and Insurance Departments Can Take to Improve Coverage Transitions

States have begun conducting Medicaid redeterminations and renewals after an almost 3-year pause, a process that is being called the “Unwinding.” In their latest article for the State Health & Value Strategies program, Sabrina Corlette, Jason Levitis, and Tara Straw outline strategies state Marketplaces and insurance departments can implement to reduce coverage disruptions and ensure continuity of care.

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