The Kaiser Family Foundation Has Been Tracking State Medicaid Enrollment and Disenrollment

  During the COVID-19 PHE, states could receive enhanced federal payments for halting Medicaid disenrollments, also known as the Medicaid continuous enrollment provision. As of April 1, 2023, states are resuming operations to redetermine Medicaid eligibility for all enrollees.  The Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) created a tracker to monitor changes in Medicaid enrollment during this unwinding period.  It presents the most recent Medicaid enrollment data available for each state as well as any unwinding data on monthly renewals, disenrollments, and other measures that may be available for a state.

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