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The impact of Minnesota’s Medicaid Program

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Resuming renewals in Minnesota Health Care Programs

Minnesota is restarting annual renewals in Medical Assistance and MinnesotaCare. Most of the 1.5 million Minnesotans enrolled in these programs will need to have their eligibility reviewed through the renewal process between April 2023 and May 2024. Get statewide data on the progress of this effort in the dashboard.  

Building racial equity into the walls of Minnesota Medicaid

A focus on U.S.-born Black Minnesotans

DHS has created an important and compelling new report on real, actionable steps that can be taken to move the needle on racial equity in Minnesota’s Medicaid program. Read the report.

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COVID-19 vaccination snapshot

Review data through March 2023 on COVID-19 vaccinations for Minnesotans on Medical Assistance and MinnesotaCare. latest data.

About Medicaid and MinnesotaCare

Minnesota’s Medicaid and MinnesotaCare programs are cornerstones of the state’s system of health and long-term care coverage, serving nearly 1.4 million people, including children, parents, people with disabilities, and adults 65 or older. Nearly every Minnesotan knows someone who relies on one of these programs to meet their health care needs: their neighbor, a relative, their child’s preschool teacher, a new small-business owner. Over the years, the programs have helped Minnesota lead the nation in health care innovations.

Read more about Medicaid and MinnesotaCare

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Who Medicaid and MinnesotaCare serve

Medicaid and MinnesotaCare provide health care coverage to one in four Minnesotans living in every region of the state. Explore the enrollment dashboard to learn more about how these programs help members in your community.

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Investments in health care

Medicaid and MinnesotaCare contribute significantly to the state’s health care sector. Explore the provider payments dashboard to learn more about the economic impact of these programs in your community.

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Oral health

Oral health is an important part of overall health. Learn more about oral health disparities in public health care programs and an historic dental package passed by the Minnesota Legislature in 2021 to bridge Minnesota’s longstanding dental divide.

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