Potential government shutdown

In the event of a federal government shutdown, individuals enrolled in Apple Health (Medicaid), Public Employees Benefits Board, and School Employees Benefits Board coverage—and those accessing behavioral health services—will not experience a disruption in care. In addition, health care providers will continue to be paid for the services they provide.

If a shutdown occurs, we will share more information at that time.

Apple Health public health emergency (PHE)

Important: Stay covered! Are you enrolled in Apple Health (Medicaid) coverage? It may be time to complete your renewal. Make sure your address and phone number are up to date so you can stay enrolled. Report a change.

Medicare Savings Programs (MSP) eligibility requirements have changed!

Did you know the eligibility rules for Medicare Savings Programs (MSP) are about to change? Effective January 1, 2023, resource verification is no longer required when applying for MSP. These programs help low-income individuals with the out-of-pocket costs for Medicare, including Medicare Part A and Part B premiums, deductibles, copayments, and coinsurance.

This change will simplify the application and renewal process for low-income individuals receiving Medicare. Visit the MSP webpage or view the MSP flyer for more information.

How do I apply for MSP?

Individuals can apply for MSP through the following: