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Issue Briefs

Following the expiration of the Public Health Emergency (PHE), states will resume normal eligibility and enrollment activities for all enrollees in Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP). The volume of expected redetermination activity at the end of the PHE is unprecedented. This issue brief reviews state Medicaid/CHIP agency data and information technology (IT) system “table stakes”—strategies that will have the highest impact for states seeking to ensure that eligible enrollees are able to keep or transition to new affordable health coverage when the PHE continuous coverage requirements end. If adopted, these strategies will also enable states to dramatically improve Medicaid/CHIP enrollment and coverage retention in the longer-term for people eligible for government subsidized health coverage.

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Date Created: Oct 25, 2021


SHVS resources and tools related to unwinding of the Public Health Emergency.

Date Created: Oct 22, 2021


Regulatory Analysis , State Materials

SHVS is tracking the latest federal guidance related to implementation and oversight of the No Surprises Act (NSA), the comprehensive federal law banning balance bills in emergency and certain non-emergency settings beginning January 1, 2022. This resource page highlights the latest SHVS resources for states on  federal NSA guidance and summarizes its implications for state regulators.

Date Created: Oct 22, 2021


PHE Federal Resources

Date Created: Oct 20, 2021


PHE Medicaid and Marketplace Resources

Date Created: Oct 20, 2021


PHE Oversight and Monitoring Resources

Date Created: Oct 20, 2021


PHE Resources on Consumer Communications

Date Created: Oct 20, 2021


PHE Eligibility and Enrollment Resources

Date Created: Oct 20, 2021


PHE resources related to Data/IT

Date Created: Oct 20, 2021


PHE Health Equity Resources

Date Created: Oct 20, 2021