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Benefits you want, at little to no extra cost

Not all health insurance is created equal. That's why we're proud to offer low-cost or no-cost Medicaid plans and even more benefits with our Dual Special Needs plans.1

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Medicaid only

Medicaid provides health insurance for some low-income people, children, pregnant women, the elderly and people with disabilities. In some states, Medicaid covers all low-income adults below a certain income level.


If you're eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid, a Dual Special Needs plan (D-SNP) might be right for you. These plans are available in some states. With a D-SNP, you could get more benefits and features than with Original Medicare, all at no extra cost to you.

ACA Marketplace plans

If you buy your own health insurance for you and your family, the health care Marketplace is for you. The Marketplace is where ACA health plans are sold. We offer Individual & Family plans in 22 states.


Every child deserves to grow up healthy and happy. To help them get there, kids need regular checkups and medical care. If your infant, child or teen doesn't have health insurance, the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) offers low-cost or no-cost coverage.

What type of plan am I eligible for?

Answer a few quick questions to see what type of plan may be a good fit for you.

You may have heard your Medicaid coverage will need to be renewed. And you may be wondering, what should I do? Here are three simple things you can do to make sure you're ready to renew your Medicaid coverage. Number one, check and update your contact information. You can contact your state's Medicaid office to make sure your contact information is up to date, including your current address, phone number, and e-mail address.

When it's time for you to renew your Medicaid coverage, your state's Medicaid office will contact you by mail, phone, text, or e-mail #2 Know your deadline to renew Medicaid coverage. Make sure you follow the renewal process by your state's deadline. Different states have different deadlines for Medicaid renewal. Number three, complete your forms, sign and return your renewal information as soon as possible.

Your state may require or give you the option to complete the forms online, so pay attention to your state's requirements. You may be asked about the number of family members who live with you, your expenses, proof of income, and other information. Be sure to complete the forms even if you have no changes to report, and send them in either online or by mail. If you need help, reach out to Medicaid navigators.

It can help you explore your options and get you set up with coverage that's right for you. To find a navigator near you, go to or your state's Medicaid website. Community organizations and providers may also be able to help guide you to helpful resources. Have questions? Call the number on the back of your insurance card, visit your state Medicaid website or visit

Know your Medicaid status and stay covered.

Medicaid eligibility renewal

If you've been asked to renew your Medicaid plan, you may have questions about what to do next. We're here to help you check your Medicaid status and explore other coverage options if you need a new plan.

What is Medicaid?

Medicaid is a way to get health care at a lower cost or sometimes at no cost to you. Medicaid typically covers children, pregnant women, elderly adults and people with disabilities and eligible low-income adults. Medicaid is managed by each state, so the eligibility requirements can change from state to state.

Medicaid Card

Medicaid benefits

The federal government requires states provide certain medical benefits to people who are eligible for Medicaid. 

States can choose to provide additional, optional benefits like:

  • Hospital visits and stays
  • Doctor's office visits
  • Prenatal care and delivery
  • Nursing home services
  • Home health services
  • Early childhood screenings
  • Emergency medical transportation

What type of plan am I eligible for?

Answer a few quick questions to see what type of plan may be a good fit for you.

Am I eligible for Medicaid?

Medicaid is managed by each state, so eligibility requirements depend on where you live.

How do I enroll in Medicaid?

To enroll in Medicaid, you’ll need to apply through the Medicaid agency in your state.

Are you a caregiver?

Find out about resources for those who care for people with both Medicaid and Medicare.

1 CMS market share of enrollment data March 2023