Medicaid Redetermination: What it means and how to keep your benefits

What you need to know about Medicaid redetermination

More than 91 million people rely on Medicaid today for health insurance coverage. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the government set up a “continuous Medicaid enrollment plan” so no one would lose coverage. On April 1, 2023, the COVID public health emergency ends and so does that plan.

Medicaid redetermination is a process that each state will run to determine if people who have been receiving Medicaid benefits are still eligible. In some states, the government will try to automatically re-enroll Medicaid members. In others, people will need to re-enroll themselves. In either case, if you’re receiving Medicaid benefits today, get ready to take action to try and keep your coverage or prepare to find an alternative.

How is Groups supporting members through Medicaid redetermination?

To help Groups members prepare for the Medicaid redetermination process, our Care Team built next-step guides for the states we serve where members will need to take action.

Members can find all of these Medicaid redetermination guides below. If you’re a Groups member looking for help on taking your next steps in keeping your Medicaid coverage, click on your state below or talk to your Office Manager.

Groups members can also count on their Care Teams and Recovery Support Specialists to help every step of the way.

Need some help but not a Groups member?

Groups offers safe and convenient treatment that helps people find real, lasting recovery from Opioid Use Disorder (OUD). Since 2014, we’ve been helping members recover the lives they want to live through of medication-assisted treatment (MAT) using Suboxone, in-person and virtual group therapy, and community support for essentials like housing, food, transportation, and employment.

If you’re looking for help managing the Medicaid redetermination process and are interested in learning more about becoming a Groups member, call us 24/7 at 888-858-1723 to get started.