Renovar cobertura de Medicaid en 2023 y 2024

¿Tengo que renovar la cobertura de Medicaid cada año?

Generalmente sí. Sin embargo, durante la emergencia de salud pública por COVID, los estados recibieron bonificaciones temporales para suspender los requisitos de renovación anual y mantener a las personas inscritas en Medicaid de manera continua. Desde abril de 2023, los estados están reanudando gradualmente los requisitos de renovación de Medicaid. El proceso normalmente comienza enviando un aviso a cada individuo. Tenga en cuenta que el proceso de renovación puede ser diferente dependiendo de en dónde viva, por lo que debe consultar el sitio web de Medicaid de su estado para ver qué requiere su proceso de renovación. La siguiente tabla incluye enlaces a varios documentos estatales con preguntas frecuentes que explican el proceso y los requisitos para renovar la cobertura.

Alabamahttps://medicaid.alabama.gov/documents/7.0_Providers/7.11_COVID-19_Information_For_Providers/7.11_PHE_Unwinding_Toolkit.pdf
Alaskahttps://health.alaska.gov/dpa/Pages/medicaid/Medicaid-Renewals-FAQs.aspx
Arizonahttps://www.azahcccs.gov/AHCCCS/AboutUs/Return_to_Normal.html#:~:text=Ensure%20that%20their%20mailing%20address,how%20to%20update%20your%20contact 
Arkansashttps://humanservices.arkansas.gov/wp-content/uploads/Renew-Arkansas-FAQ-2.23.pdf
Californiahttps://www.dhcs.ca.gov/toolkits/Pages/Medi-Cal-Continuous-Coverage-Unwinding.aspx
Coloradohttps://hcpf.colorado.gov/covid-19-public-health-emergency-faqs
Connecticuthttps://portal.ct.gov/phe/-/media/PHE/I-Get-Benefits/Medicaid-Husky-FAQ.pdf
Delawarehttps://dhss.delaware.gov/dhss/dmma/files////////////////mr_faq.pdf
Distrito de Columbiahttps://dhcf.dc.gov/sites/default/files/dc/sites/dhcf/publication/attachments/MDL%2021-03%20-%20PHE%20Frequently%20Asked%20Questions.pdf
Floridahttps://www.myflfamilies.com/medicaid
Georgiahttps://staycovered.ga.gov/faq/
Hawaiihttps://medquest.hawaii.gov/en/members-applicants/already-covered/Stay_Well_Stay_Covered_Toolkit.html
Idahohttps://healthandwelfare.idaho.gov/medicaidprotection 
Illinoishttps://hfs.illinois.gov/medicalclients/faqsendofcontinuouscoverage.html 
Indianahttps://www.in.gov/medicaid/members/member-resources/How-a-return-to-normal-will-impact-some-Indiana-Medicaid-members/medicaid-coverage-protection-faq/
Iowahttps://hhs.iowa.gov/sites/default/files/FAQs-Eligibility.pdf
Kansashttps://www.kancare.ks.gov/docs/default-source/home/unwinding-faq.pdf?sfvrsn=6660521b_8
Kentuckyhttps://khbe.ky.gov/Enrollment/Pages/PHEUnwinding.aspx#:~:text=Currently%2C%20the%20PHE%20is%20still,prepare%20for%20the%20PHE%20unwinding.
Louisianahttps://drive.google.com/file/d/1WKOdWh8msouHBWnTCzvzANHJd0yEBp4Z/view
Mainehttps://www.maine.gov/dhhs/ofi/programs-services/phe
Marylandhttps://health.maryland.gov/mmcp/Pages/MedicaidCheckIn-Participants.aspx
Massachusettshttps://www.mass.gov/doc/masshealth-eligibility-update-may-2021-renewalsrfis-and-continuous-coverage-during-the-federal-public-health-emergency-0/download
Michiganhttps://www.michigan.gov/mdhhs/end-phe/covid-19-phe-frequently-asked-questions
Minnesotahttps://mn.gov/dhs/people-we-serve/seniors/health-care/health-care-programs/programs-and-services/renewal-reporting-changes.jsp  
Mississippihttps://medicaid.ms.gov/stay-covered-faqs/
Missourihttps://mydss.mo.gov/renew/faqs
Montanahttps://dphhs.mt.gov/hcsd/medicaidupdates/
Nebraskahttps://dhhs.ne.gov/Pages/Medicaid-MOE.aspx#SectionLink3
Nevadahttps://dhcfp.nv.gov/uploadedFiles/dhcfpnvgov/content/Pgms/CPT/COVID-19/PHE-Unwind-MCO_DBA-FAQs1.3.pdf
New Hampshirehttps://www.dhhs.nh.gov/sites/g/files/ehbemt476/files/documents2/provider-faqs.pdf
New Jerseyhttps://nj.gov/humanservices/dmahs/staycoverednj/faqs/
New Mexicohttps://renew.hsd.nm.gov/qas/
New Yorkhttps://info.nystateofhealth.ny.gov/sites/default/files/PHE%20Tool%20Kit%20-%20FAQs%20for%20LDSS-HRA%20enrollees.pdf
North Carolinahttps://medicaid.ncdhhs.gov/nc-medicaid-end-federal-public-health-emergency-communications-toolkit/download
North Dakotahttps://www.hhs.nd.gov/human-services/medicaid/StayCoveredND
Ohiohttps://medicaid.ohio.gov/static/Stakeholders%2C+Partners/Unwinding/Resuming+Routine+Eligibility+Operations+Member+FAQ.pdf
Oklahomahttps://oklahoma.gov/ohca/about/public-health-emergency.html
Oregonhttps://www.oregon.gov/oha/PHE/Documents/COVID-19-PHE-Unwinding-FAQ-English.pdf
Pennsylvaniahttps://www.dhs.pa.gov/PHE/Documents/toolkit/PHE-Ending-MCO-Question-Library.pdf
Rhode Islandhttps://staycovered.ri.gov/sites/g/files/xkgbur951/files/2023-03/Medicaid%20Renewals%20Materials%20FAQ%20ENG.pdf
South Carolinahttps://www.scdhhs.gov/sites/default/files/documents/Member%20Fact%20Sheet%20Annual%20Reviews%20Restart%202.8.23%20Final.pdf
South Dakotahttps://dss.sd.gov/medicaid/medicaid_eligibility_changes.aspx
Tennesseehttps://www.tn.gov/content/dam/tn/tenncare/documents/RenewalFAQs.pdf
Texashttps://www.hhs.texas.gov/sites/default/files/documents/end-continuous-medicaid-coverage-faqs.pdf
Utahhttps://medicaid.utah.gov/Documents/pdfs/unwinding/Unwinding%20FAQs.pdf
Vermonthttps://dvha.vermont.gov/unwinding

While we have made every effort to provide accurate information in these FAQs, people should contact the health insurance Marketplace or Medicaid agency in their state for guidance on their specific circumstances.

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