Don't Lose Your Medicaid Coverage - Make Sure Your Information is Up to Date!

Does KanCare Have Your Current Contact Info? 

Soon Kansas will start sending renewal notices to Medicaid members. If your mailing information has changed and you do not get the notice, you will automatically be dropped from KanCare. This is different from the automatic renewals that have happened over the past couple of years during the COVID-19 pandemic. States have restarted their yearly Medicaid eligibility reviews. This means that action will be needed on your part to renew your coverage.

Don't risk losing your coverage. Here are some things you should do to prepare for the renewal process.

1. Make sure your contact information is up to date TODAY by: 

Contacting the KanCare Enrollment Center or your health plan/managed care organizations (MCOs):

2. Check your mail -

As long as your mailing information is up to date, you get a letter in the mail about your coverage. This letter will let you know if you need to complete a renewal form to see if you still qualify for Medicaid.

3. Complete your renewal form (if you get one) - 

Fill out the form and return it to your state right away to help avoid a gap in your coverage.

If you no longer qualify for Medicaid 

You may be able to buy a health plan through the Health Insurance Marketplace®, and get help paying for it. Marketplace plans are:

  • 4 out of 5 enrollees can find plans that cost less than $10 a month.
  • Plans cover things like prescription drugs, doctor visits, urgent care, hospital visits, and more.

Explore Marketplace plans and savings

Don't Lose Your Medicaid Coverage - Make Sure Your Information is Up to Date!