DHS Reminds Medicaid Members to Submit Renewals on Time

DHS Reminds Medicaid Members to Submit Renewals on Time The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) reminds residents who are BadgerCare Plus or Wisconsin Medicaid members that renewals are underway, and there is a “just right” time to renew to avoid delays or gaps in coverage. For example, on May 15, DHS sent renewal packets to approximately 53,000 Wisconsin households scheduled to renew in June. DHS encourages these members to submit their renewals by June 16 to avoid any gaps in coverage. Packets are in the mail to members with a July…

Elizabeth.Goodsitt

June 12, 2023

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