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Bad tech, staffing shortages hinder Pa. as it reassesses health care coverage for 1000s

Tens of thousands of people in Pennsylvania are believed to have wrongly lost their benefits since the state began “unwinding” pandemic-era protections.

By Katie Meyer/Spotlight PA

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90K Pennsylvanians have lost Medicaid coverage since the end of pandemic-era rule

Slightly more than half of those people lost the health insurance coverage because they were no longer eligible, likely because their income was too high to remain in the program.

By Kate Giammarise/WESA

Pa. Medicaid reenrollment: What you need to know to keep your health insurance or find other options

After three years of guaranteed Medicaid coverage, Pennsylvanians in the program have to reenroll in the next year or risk losing their insurance. Here’s what you should know.
By Katie Meyer/Spotlight PA

Enrolled in Medicaid in Pennsylvania? You might need to choose a new health plan

Half a million Pennsylvanians who are enrolled in Medicaid will have to select a new health plan by August 16.

By Kate Giammarise/WESA