Kansas Medicaid enrollment drops by 83,000 since unwinding started


The state's Medicaid rolls have dropped by 15% during the unwinding process in Kansas with about three months left before it will be known just how many people lost Medicaid coverage in the last year.

New numbers from the state health department show that the net enrollment in the state's Medicaid program has fallen by 83,028 since the state started unwinding from a federal law that kept beneficiaries from being removed from Medicaid during the pandemic.

State health officials believe they are on pace to meet their original projections that 125,000 could be cut off the . . .


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