Keeping Minnesotans Covered as Medicaid Renewals Return
Everyone has a role to play to make sure Minnesotans keep their health care coverage as the state resumes eligibility reviews for the state’s public programs, Medical Assistance (Minnesota’s Medicaid program) and MinnesotaCare.
With the end of pandemic-era policies for public health care programs, federal law requires states to restart regular Medicaid renewals. This means that over the next 12 months, everyone with health care coverage through Medical Assistance or MinnesotaCare will have to renew their coverage. The vast majority of enrollees will still be eligible for these programs. For those no longer eligible for these programs, there are other options for health coverage, like employer-sponsored insurance, MNsure health plans, or Medicare.
Gaps in coverage lead to gaps in care and it will be critical to ensure Minnesotans have the support they need to keep their coverage or transition to new coverage.
The tools on this page provide information and resources for enrollees, providers, community organizations, and employers on common questions and how to help Minnesotans needing to complete a renewal, re-enroll, or find new coverage. Use these tools to get the word out and support Medical Assistance and MinnesotaCare enrollees in renewing their coverage or transitioning to other forms of health insurance.