DHS Releases Early Data on Medicaid Renewals

DHS Releases Early Data on Medicaid Renewals Today the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) launched a new webpage showing statewide data in BadgerCare Plus and Wisconsin Medicaid enrollment following the end of the federal continuous coverage requirement that had kept members enrolled during the COVID-19 pandemic. Between June 2023 and May 2024, more than 1.6 million, or about 1 in 4, Wisconsinites will need to renew to see if they can stay covered under their current state program. “We want to be transparent about the…

Elizabeth.Goodsitt

July 19, 2023

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