Last updated: 3/10/23

What is Medicaid redetermination?

Every year, you have to reapply for Medicaid in order to keep your benefits. During COVID-19, the government didn’t make anyone do this. But now, you have to start reapplying again.

What do I have to do to keep my Medicaid benefits?

  1. Update your information on MyACCESS

  2. The government will review all Medicaid cases automatically and let you know if you’re still eligible, if they need more information, or if you’re ineligible. If they can’t automatically review your eligibility because they need more information, they will send you a notice 45 days before your renewal date with instructions on what to do.

What if I need help or have questions?

  1. The state has resources for people who no longer qualify for Medicaid. Learn more about this process, find FAQs, and sign up for email updates at

  2. If you’d like help from someone at Groups, please talk to your Office Manager.

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