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Medicaid Eligibility: Updates and Changes Q1 2020

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, resulting job loss and healthcare crisis, coverage has never been more important to patients and the facilities that see them. Coincidence with these current events, PointCare has tracked the highest number of changes to Public, Private, State, and Federal level programs in the last two years. In the first quarter of 2020 there were 2,366 updates, including changes to applications, websites, contact information and more.

PointCare makes it easy to manage self-pay patient enrollment, even in these chaotic times. When you convert self-pay patients you have more covered visits resulting in additional revenue. This can only happen if enrollment teams have current information on programs and eligibility. Here are some of the most important updates to share with your enrollment team:

 

Colorado Medicaid: Get Covered and Stay Covered

Coloradoans are dropping Medicaid at 4x the average rate. Why?

Medicaid expansion was great... For a year. But then life goes on and people forget that there are requirements to stay covered. 

Medicaid Eligibility: Updates and Changes Q3 2019

Thanks to our terrific team at PointCare, we’ve maintained a constant update of all Public, Private, State, and Federal level programs nationally for 26 consistent quarters. Once again, we want to share our findings with you!

Last quarter, the 1,845 updates we made to programs directly affected you and your health system. This quarter we made 1,545 updates.

 

PointCare’s National Program & Eligibility Data Update

 Thanks to our terrific team at PointCare we’ve maintained a constant update of all Public, Private, State, and Federal level programs nationally for 24 consistent quarters. Once again, we want to share our findings with you!

Last quarter, the 1,496 updates we made to programs directly affected you and your health system. This quarter there were 1,748.