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Medicaid eligibility

Medicaid provides health insurance for some low-income people, children, pregnant women, the elderly and people with disabilities. States can also choose to expand eligibility to other groups, such as people with low income who may or may not have children.

Medicaid renewal means millions of people could lose their benefits

After April 1, 2023, Medicaid recipients need to recertify their coverage and millions of people could find they lose their Medicaid benefits.

Learn about Medicaid renewal

What is Medicaid expansion?

An overview of how Medicaid expansion helps provide health insurance for people with low incomes. Who benefits from Medicaid expansion and what’s the Medicaid coverage gap?

Learn about Medicaid expansion

What type of plan am I eligible for?

Answer a few quick questions to see what type of plan may be a good fit for you.

Medicare and Medicaid and disability

Do you automatically qualify for Medicaid if you have a disability? Find out about Medicaid and Medicaid disability requirements.

Learn about disability requirements

If you get a dual health plan, do you lose your Medicaid benefits?

For people who have both Medicaid and Medicare, a dual health plan lets you keep all your Medicaid benefits, plus get extra Medicare benefits too.

Learn about dual health plan coverage

Find plans in your area

Medicaid or dual-eligible plan benefits can change depending on where you live. Search using your ZIP code to find the right plan to meet your health care needs.