Educate your Staff and Patients about Medicaid Re-enrollment

Millions Have Lost Medicaid Coverage

Since April 1, 2023. 7.9 million people have lost their Medicaid coverage. 73% of those disenrolled have lost coverage due to procedural reasons. In some states, the majority of those who have lost coverage are children. 


Our free materials below provide Providers and their staff with all the information they need to educate patients, help them re-enroll, and mitigate the risk of uncompensated care during this transition. Download and use them today! 


During this time, it's also critical to partner with an eligibility and enrollment "navigator" like Savista who can work with payers on renewal dates; who understands what inventory to work, and who can help you get to the right populations who need your help the most. We will also proactively reach out to your current Medicaid patients to help them re-enroll or find an alternative funding program based on their specific situation. If you'd like to learn more about our revenue cycle management services, contact us using the Form below. 




Patient PHE Guide and Checklist


What should your patients do now to verify their Medicaid coverage and re-enroll if necessary? Download and share this information so they have a plan.

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Medicaid Re-Enrollment Contacts and PHE Timelines by State


Download and share these lists of Medicaid resources and contacts with your patients.

Provider PHE Guide and checklist


Based on recent communications, the Public Health Emergency (PHE) will end in May; but depending on the State, continuous coverage may end as early as April 1st. Download and share this guide and checklist with your front office staff and revenue cycle teams for what to expect and steps to take. 

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PHE Checklist for Providers

Transforming the Patient Financial Journey through a Holistic Balance Management Program

An alarming 30% of the average healthcare bill is due from the patient, 28 million Americans are uninsured and 100 million have medical debt. Providers should revisit, reinvent, and reap the revenue benefits of improving the patient financial journey.

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Eligibility and Enrollment Services

Providers have been left to bear the financial burden of medical bad debt. Assistance programs are available, but patients are often unaware of their options and struggle to navigate the processes. A best-practice eligibility program allows you to increase revenue while advocating for the health of your patients.

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End of PHE: Prepare Now to Avoid Uncompensated Care

Learn more about the impact on patients and providers, and steps providers can take to mitigate risk.

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Case Studies

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Improved Medicaid eligibility conversion and collections by optimizing the enrollment process

High-touch provider for complex populations reduces ineligible Medicaid dollars by 97%

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Steps to improve patient satisfaction and increase revenue


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