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Access Health CT Announces July And August Enrollment Fairs To Assist HUSKY Health Customers Affected By Medicaid Unwinding

These free, in-person events will take place in Bridgeport, East Hartford, Middletown and Torrington

HARTFORD, Conn. (June 27, 2023) — Access Health CT (AHCT) today announced it will host four free, in-person enrollment fairs in July and August to help HUSKY Health enrollees who have been affected by recent legislation. The events will take place in Bridgeport, East Hartford, Middletown and Torrington. HUSKY Health is Connecticut’s Medicaid program.

Medicaid Unwinding is a term the federal government is using to describe the process of resuming reviewing households for Medicaid eligibility after a three-year hiatus during the Public Health Emergency. The eligibility redetermination process resumed April 1.

Connecticut residents that remain eligible for HUSKY Health will likely be automatically reenrolled; those that need to take action will receive mail with instructions.

Connecticut residents no longer eligible for HUSKY Health may become eligible for other no- or low-cost health coverage available through AHCT. Other options include the Covered Connecticut Program, which provides no-cost coverage for eligible residents, or a Qualified Health Plan (QHP), often available at a lower cost to residents if they qualify for subsidies. Those who need to choose a new health coverage option will have 120 days to enroll after the loss of Medicaid coverage but can attend an event during the month their Medicaid coverage is ending to avoid a gap in coverage.

HUSKY Health customers who need assistance with the process or have questions can get help from an Enrollment Specialist at these enrollment fairs:

Walk-ins are welcome.

“Our team is ready to help HUSKY Health customers find out whether they can reenroll in Medicaid or should shop for an insurance plan through Access Health CT,” said Chief Executive Officer of Access Health CT, James Michel. “We are here to answer questions and address any concerns to help make this process as seamless as possible for Connecticut residents and ultimately to help them enroll in quality, affordable healthcare coverage.”

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