The risk of loss of coverage for Medicaid beneficiaries at the end of the COVID-19 public health emergency – Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Manatt, Phelps & Phillips LLP
United States: The risk of loss of coverage for Medicaid beneficiaries at the end of the COVID-19 public health emergency
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States are required to keep people enrolled in Medicaid throughout the COVID-19 public health emergency as a condition of receiving a temporary increase in the federal share of Medicaid costs. When the public health emergency ends, enhanced federal funding will end and states will resume administration of Medicaid eligibility renewals.
Almost all of the 80 million people currently enrolled in Medicaid will have their eligibility re-determined, triggering a high risk of loss of coverage that is almost certain to fall disproportionately on black and Latin people who have suffered significant damage and dislocations during the period. pandemic.
In a new blog post for the Commonwealth Fund, Manatt Health discusses how new Medicaid determinations may create a risk of loss of coverage among eligible people, and discusses strategies states and stakeholders can use now to avoid a loss of coverage. involuntary loss of coverage at the end of the public health emergency.
Read the blog post here.
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