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As the Medicaid redetermination process rolls out in Florida, Covering Central Florida (CoveringCFL), a program under the services of the Primary Care Access Network in Orlando, is extending a helping hand to individuals affected by these changes. With a strong commitment to ensuring access to affordable healthcare, the organization offers Central Floridians free assistance and expert guidance as they navigate the complex Medicaid redetermination process. Learn about the significance of this transition period and how Covering Central Florida can support individuals in finding suitable health insurance plans tailored to their needs.

The Medicaid Redetermination Process in Florida

The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA), enacted in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, provided additional federal funding to sustain Medicaid coverage for individuals enrolled in the program. Consequently, over a million Floridians who technically no longer qualified for Medicaid have been able to maintain their health coverage since March 2020. However, with the amendment to FFCRA introduced in the Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA) for 2023, the continuous Medicaid coverage requirement is set to end on March 31, 2023.

To ensure a smooth transition and prevent any gaps in health coverage, the Department of Children and Families (DCF) in Florida has implemented a redetermination plan. This plan involves reviewing the eligibility of approximately 4.9 million current Medicaid recipients in the state. These reviews will be conducted over the next 12 months, and the first terminations will occur for those found to be ineligible or who fail to complete the renewal process.

The Role of Covering Central Florida

Covering Central Florida recognizes the importance of this transition period and is fully prepared to assist individuals in finding suitable health insurance plans that meet their specific needs. The organization offers the expertise of certified and licensed marketplace navigators who are available to provide free assistance in navigating the complexities of the redetermination process. They guide individuals through the necessary steps to update their information, complete renewal forms, and ensure eligibility for continued Medicaid coverage or explore alternative health coverage options.

How Covering Central Florida Can Help

If you or someone you know is currently navigating the Medicaid redetermination process in Florida, Covering Central Florida’s team of navigators is ready to provide the guidance and support needed. By accessing their free services, individuals can receive expert assistance in understanding the redetermination process, updating their information, and completing renewal forms accurately. Covering Central Florida’s navigators are dedicated to ensuring that Central Floridians maintain access to essential healthcare services without interruption.

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Additionally, individuals not enrolled in Medicaid but requiring affordable health insurance in Florida may still qualify for the Special Enrollment Period (SEP). This period offers a time-limited opportunity outside the regular open enrollment period during which individuals can enroll in a health insurance plan. Various qualifying life events, such as losing health coverage, getting married or divorced, having a baby or adopting a child, or moving to a new area, may make individuals eligible for the SEP. Covering Central Florida can help individuals determine their eligibility for the SEP and guide them through enrollment.

Ensuring Access to Affordable Healthcare in Florida

The Medicaid redetermination process in Florida presents a significant change that may impact the healthcare coverage of millions of individuals. Covering Central Florida understands the challenges and uncertainties associated with this transition and is committed to supporting Central Floridians throughout the process.

By offering free assistance and expert guidance, their certified and licensed navigators ensure that individuals can access affordable healthcare options tailored to their needs. If you require assistance with the Medicaid redetermination process or want to explore alternative health coverage options, contact Covering Central Florida today by calling 1-877-564-5031.

Please Note: While Covering Central Florida has compiled the information on this page diligently and to the best of its knowledge, Covering Central Florida does not assume any liability for the accuracy of the information or any damages resulting from the use of the information.
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