Eligibility, Enrollment, and Renewal: Arizona Case Study Findings

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November 2018

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA, P.L. 111-148, as amended) made significant changes to Medicaid enrollment and renewal processes, with the goal of making the program more efficient; reducing complexity and effort for enrollees and program administrators; and integrating Medicaid with the health insurance exchanges.

To better understand how states implemented these ACA changes, MACPAC contracted with the State Health Access Data Assistance Center at the University of Minnesota to examine eligibility, enrollment, and renewal practices in six states. This case study presents findings from telephone interviews with key respondents in Arizona, conducted in May and June of 2018.

Go here, to read the issue brief summarizing the case study findings on eligibility, enrollment, and renewal. To read case studies for the other five states, visit the links below.

Colorado
Florida
Idaho
New York
North Carolina

Publication Type: Contractor Reports

From: Assessment and Synthesis of Selected Medicaid Eligibility, Enrollment, and Renewal Processes and Systems in Six States

Tags: administration, Affordable Care Act, eligibility, eligibility determination, enrollment, exchange, renewal of eligibility