Eligibility, Enrollment, and Renewal: Colorado Case Study
SHADAC produced this case study for the Medicaid and CHIP Payment and Access Commission (MACPAC) as part of a contract to examine Medicaid eligibility, enrollment, and renewal practices in six states in light of the Affordable Care Act goals of making the Medicaid program more efficient; reducing complexity and effort for enrollees and program administrators; and integrating Medicaid with the health insurance exchanges.
This case study presents findings from telephone interviews with key respondents in Colorado, conducted in May and June of 2018. The report summarizes how MAGI-Medicaid populations apply to and are determined eligible for the Medicaid program in Colorado, and describes Colorado’s approach to streamlining enrollment and renewal for these populations, Medicaid program and beneficiary experiences, and the state's future plans to further streamline enrollment and renewal.
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- Assessment and Synthesis of Selected Medicaid Eligibility, Enrollment, and Renewal Processes and Systems in Six States
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