States with Partnership or Federally Facilitated Marketplaces (FFM) are coordinating closely with the federal government on Medicaid eligibility and enrollment. Each state Medicaid agency has chosen whether the Marketplace will only assess, or whether it will also determine Medicaid eligibility for individuals who apply through the Marketplace. This brief outlines the responsibilities of the FFM in assessing or determining Medicaid eligibility, explains the differences between these two models and examines the rationales behind two states’ choices. This brief was made possible through the support of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
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