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Winding Down the Maintenance-of-Eligibility Requirement for Medicaid: Impacts on Low-Income Adults in Four Southern States

Grant Details

Grantee Organization
President and Fellows of Harvard College

Principal Investigator
Jose Figueroa, M.D.

Term
6/1/22 - 5/31/23

Award Amount
$1,098,870

Approval Year

Topics
Health Disparities,
State Health Policy and Medicaid

Grant Details

Grantee Organization
President and Fellows of Harvard College

Principal Investigator
Jose Figueroa, M.D.

Term
6/1/22 - 5/31/23

Award Amount
$1,098,870

Approval Year

Topics
Health Disparities,
State Health Policy and Medicaid

To assess the impact of the Maintenance-of-Eligibility (MOE) expiration on Medicaid beneficiaries, the team will conduct a survey of low-income adults in the four states for which they have baseline data. The team has proposed four sample-size options, ranging from 1,200 to 1,800, to ensure the ability to detect significant differences between populations. The survey will explore: 1) the burdens associated with Medicaid eligibility redeterminations on low-income people; 2) the effect of redeterminations on continuous coverage, access to care, and affordability; and 3) the effect of redeterminations on racial and ethnic disparities.

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