Ending Medicaid Continuous Eligibility – What Stakeholders Can Do Now to Minimize Coverage Losses
Preparing for the end of Medicaid continuous eligibility is important for all those who serve Medicaid enrollees – including health plans, providers, advocates and other stakeholders – to reduce disruption and administrative burdens, while supporting the renewal process.
During this webinar, Medicaid experts from HMA and Leavitt Partners, an HMA Company, shared actionable steps you can take now to prepare for the end of the Public Health Emergency and minimize the number of eligible individuals who lose coverage.
- Understand why planning and preparation for the end of Medicaid continuous eligibility is important for all those who serve Medicaid enrollees
- Learn about three action phases to support Medicaid enrollees during this “unwinding” period of continuous eligibility
- Identify the steps you should take today to develop effective plans and strategies to support Medicaid enrollees with the renewal or transition process
Andrea Maresca, Principal, Federal Policy, HMA
Jane Longo, Principal, HMA
Bill Snyder, Principal, Leavitt Partners