What You Need to Know about Your Coverage Renewal for Medicaid, Healthy Michigan Plan and MIChild
The Michigan Department of Health & Human Services (MDHHS) will be restarting Medicaid eligibility renewals soon.
What does this mean for you?
It means you need to be sure MDHHS has all of the information it needs for you to renew your coverage.
If you receive the renewal form, you must complete it.
There are 3 easy steps you need to take to help determine if you still qualify for coverage:
For help or to update your contact information today:
Visit www.michigan.gov/MIBridges or contact your local MDHHS office. You can find your nearest MDHHS office at https://www.michigan.gov/mdhhs/inside-mdhhs/county-offices.
If you don’t have a MIBridges account, you will need to create one by selecting “Register.” Once you’re in your own account, make sure to put all of your information in correctly. If you have to go back in and change something, put the changes in both the Profile section and the Report Changes section.
What you need to know about your Medicaid renewal:
- You may have to fill out a new Medicaid renewal form every year to keep coverage.
- If you receive the renewal form, you must complete it.
- You will be asked to provide an update each time you renew about your income or immigration status because it could change from year to year.
- Your Medicaid coverage could be closed if you provide incomplete information on the renewal form.
Before you submit your Medicaid renewal, be sure to have the following documentation that applies to you handy. You need proof of:
Other Financial Documents
Voter Registration Card
USCIS ID Card
Other Proof of Disability Status
ID Cards from Other Insurance
Medicare Card (red, white and blue card)
After you send in your renewal, you may receive a Verification Checklist if any documents are missing.
Be sure to review and respond to this request if you receive it. If you do not respond, your Medicaid may be closed.
More questions? www.michigan.gov/mdhhs/end-phe