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The definitive guide to re-enrolling inactive Medicaid members.

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In December of 2022, the federal government passed a spending bill that permits states to begin Medicaid redetermination on April 1, 2023,1  regardless of the PHE end date.2  The process, which Congress had suspended for three years during the Covid-19 pandemic, restarted in April of this year. With nearly 5.2 million people being disenrolled across the country since spring,3 health plans could lose billions of dollars in reimbursements if they do not act quickly— that’s where we can help.             

As a proud strategic partner for health plans, we’re committed to helping you engage with members during eligibility redetermination and throughout the year. To get you started, we are offering a guide on the 11 things health plans can do to encourage Medicaid re-enrollment. Fill out the form to reveal useful advice on how to get members to enroll in (or renew) their Medicaid coverage. A WebMD Ignite representative will contact you for any follow-up questions you may have.              

We are uniquely positioned to help health plans:

  • Engage non-responsive members to renew their coverage
  • Predict members that are newly eligible for Medicaid and encourage enrollment
  • Target members about the need to complete their annual renew

Download the guide.

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