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More than 100,000 Marylanders have lost Medicaid coverage since May

August 25, 2023
This was captured well waiting for the doctor who was busy at the time

With the so-called “Medicaid unwinding” process well underway in Maryland, there have been at least 100,435 Marylanders who have rolled-off of Medicaid coverage since May, according to new Department of Health data released in Mid-August. That’s due to a change in federal policy which prohibited states from disenrolling people off of Medicaid, a federal health care plan aimed to assist low-income people, during the global health crisis.

Article Source: Maryland Matters

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