Most people disenrolled from Medicaid have some form of insurance 12 months later
(By Rylee Wilson for Becker’s Hospital Review)
Most people who are disenrolled in Medicaid are enrolled in some kind of health coverage within 12 months, according to an analysis by Kaiser Family Foundation published Jan. 25.
HHS estimates up to 15 million people could be disenrolled from Medicaid when redeterminations begin on April 1. Continue reading here…
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