• Navigating Medicaid Redetermination

    Understanding the redetermination process is crucial to maintaining your Medicaid benefits and avoiding any disruptions in coverage.  What Is Medicaid Redetermination?  Medicaid redetermination is a process where individuals already enrolled in Medicaid must provide updated information to verify their eligibility for the program. This process typically occurs on a set schedule, such as annually or biannually, depending on the state in which you reside. During redetermination, you may be required to submit documentation such as pay stubs, tax returns, and proof of residency to confirm your eligibility criteria.
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