Medicaid eligibility changes
What is Medicaid redetermination?
Medicaid redetermination is when the state checks to see if you still qualify for Medicaid. This eligibility review would happen every year and is called redetermination. Paused during the COVID-19 pandemic to enable most people to keep their Medicaid plan regardless of change, redetermination resumed once the federal COVID-19 Public Health Emergency declaration ended on May 11, 2023
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:
- Alaska Department of Health
- Idaho Department of Health and Welfare
- Oregon Department of Human Services (ODHS)
- Your Texas Benefits