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Medicaid Coverage and Redetermination

Make sure you stay covered.

If you have health insurance coverage through your state's Medicaid program, please be aware that requirements are changing soon.

In 2020, the federal government stopped requiring the annual Medicaid redetermination process in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Since then, state Medicaid agencies have continued to pause this process.

Beginning in April 2023, most states will begin the Medicaid redetermination process again, so you will need to re-apply and receive approval to continue Medicaid coverage.

If you rely on Medicaid today, now is the time to get ready for this change:

No longer qualify for Medicaid? Explore your other options.

If you or your spouse has had a change in employment status, you may be able to sign up for an employer-sponsored health insurance plan through your job or your spouse's job. Check with the employer's human resources department for more information. You also may purchase a plan through the Health Insurance Marketplace.

Texas Orthopedic Hospital makes no guarantees regarding the accuracy of the pricing information provided herein. The pricing information provided by this website is strictly an estimate of prices, and Texas Orthopedic Hospital cannot guarantee the accuracy of any estimates. All estimates are based on information provided by a prospective patient and do not include, among other things, any unforeseen complications, additional tests or procedures, and non-hospital related charges, any of which may increase the ultimate pricing for the services provided. Any prospective patient should understand that a final bill for services rendered at Texas Orthopedic Hospital may differ substantially from the information provided by this website, and Texas Orthopedic Hospital shall not be liable for any inaccuracies.

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