Medicaid auto-enrollment is ending. Find out what you can do about it today.
Medicaid and MinnesotaCare autoenrollment will be ending beginning with your next renewal date.
Bookmark this page for updates and links to the information you’ll need to keep your coverage. We’re here to help!
Check out the new one-stop shop for info on how Medical Assistance and MinnesotaCare enrollees can keep their insurance at renewal time: mn.gov/dhs/renewmycoverage.
MinnesotaCare Enrollees: Update your contact information by calling (651) 297-3862 >>
Watch for the “Circle in Blue” when it’s time to renew. You’ll get and envelope in the mail marked “Important Information Enclosed” with your renewal paperwork.
Need assistance? Our Care Coordinators and Navigators can help.
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This information is from the Minnesota Department of Human Services website. Visit the Department of Human Resources website for more >>
Medical Assistance (Minnesota’s Medicaid program) and MinnesotaCare enrollees must have their eligibility reviewed once a year to ensure they still qualify for insurance. This process is called a renewal. Renewals were paused during the COVID-19 pandemic, however they must restart according to federal law.
This means that if you have Medicaid or MinnesotaCare, you must renew in 2023.
Renewals for Medical Assistance enrollees take place based on the anniversary month of your application for coverage.
For example, if you applied for Medical Assistance in July, you have a July Medical Assistance renewal. If you are still eligible for coverage, your renewal paperwork will need to be completed, submitted, and processed by your county or tribe by June 30 for your coverage to continue on July 1.
Renewal processes for Medical Assistance will restart in April 2023, beginning with enrollees who have a July renewal.
Medical Assistance enrollees will receive a pre-renewal notice in the mail about three months before the anniversary of your enrollment date (see table). You will receive a renewal form in the mail one to two months before your renewal is due. Complete and submit your renewal form with the requested proof as quickly as possible to avoid gaps in coverage.
If you have not received a notice yet, click here to see when you can expect to receive one based on your anniversary of when you started coverage >>
Not sure when your coverage anniversary is? Click here to contact your health plan >>
There more you can do now to prepare for the change.
Click here to see the two things you can do today to get ready
If you need help completing your paperwork or understanding the renewal process, make an appointment with a Canvas Health Care Coordinator.
If you find that you no longer qualify for Medicaid, Canvas Health’s Navigators can help you find new health care coverage through MNSure, the State’s health insurance marketplace.Make an appointment for assistance