April 13, 2023
The end of the Medicaid continuous coverage requirement presents states with tremendous opportunities to keep individuals enrolled in Medicaid or transition to another form of health coverage. This series of pages provides communications resources designed to support states as they inform stakeholders and consumers during this major coverage event.
Below are additional resources related to communicating about the end of the Medicaid continuous coverage requirement.
This expert perspective focuses on best practices for timing and strategy in consumer outreach to individuals no longer eligible for Medicaid to help states develop a consumer “chase campaign.”
This expert perspective provides information on how state health agencies can ensure their landing pages appear in Google search results related to Medicaid renewals.
This expert perspective highlights the opportunities for state Medicaid agencies and Marketplaces to leverage digital channels as part of their outreach and communications efforts.
These infographics provide an overview of the key changes to the parameters for unwinding enacted by the Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA) as well as an illustrative continuous coverage unwinding timeline under the CAA.
This expert perspective reviews examples of states that are collaborating with community partners to support their outreach and engagement efforts.
This expert perspective provides research-based recommendations regarding terminology that can be used in consumer education and outreach.
This expert perspective includes proactive communications strategies for states to consider when planning to effectively reach targeted groups of enrollees at specified points in time.
This expert perspective highlights several states that have made their unwinding operational plans publicly available as well as examples of states’ ongoing communication efforts, including outreach campaigns to Medicaid enrollees, strategies for collaborating with stakeholders, and collaborative initiatives within Marketplace states.
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