State resumes Medicaid disenrollments as unwinding continues


State health officials said Wednesday they've resumed removing people from the Medicaid rolls after they briefly paused the disenrollments to give Kansans more time to have their eligibility for the program reviewed.

A spokesperson for the Kansas Department of Health and Environment said Monday in an email that the agency halted “discontinuances” in May and June as the state unwinds from a federal law that kept beneficiaries from being removed from Medicaid during the pandemic.

The agency did not specify on Monday how long . . .


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