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During the federal COVID-19 Public Health Emergency (PHE), many changes were made to the Medicaid program's eligibility, administration, and policies to ease rules for providers and prevent Medicaid beneficiaries from losing health care coverage. Due to recent federal legislation, Michigan will soon restart Medicaid eligibility renewals. Michiganders who participate in Medicaid or the Healthy Michigan Plan may receive a renewal packet. It is important to complete the information, sign the forms and return it by the due date with any proof needed. Annual renewals will begin again in June 2023.
If a review is completed and you learn you no longer qualify for Medicaid coverage, this webpage will give information and resources to help you get comprehensive, affordable health insurance.
In addition to other available coverage options, affected Michiganders will be eligible to enroll in a comprehensive Health Insurance Marketplace plan if they lose their Medicaid coverage and, thanks to recent savings passed by the federal government, many Michiganders will be able to purchase a plan on HealthCare.gov for less than $10 per month.
More information will be posted before June 2023 to assist with getting health insurance.
More information about changes to food assistance and Medicaid benefits connected to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency can be found at Michigan.gov/2023BenefitChanges. For questions about purchasing a health plan on HealthCare.gov, visit Michigan.gov/HealthInsurance, or call the Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services (DIFS) at 877-999-6442, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.