Datapoint: Centene Anticipates 2M Fewer Medicaid Enrollees When Redeterminations Resume

Centene Corp. executives told investors during the company’s fourth-quarter 2022 earnings call that they expect to lose 2.2 million Medicaid members over the next 18 months as Medicaid redeterminations resume. CEO Sarah London said she expects 200,000 to 300,000 of those members to enroll in the insurer’s Affordable Care Act exchange products. Centene is currently the largest managed Medicaid insurer in the U.S., with 14,771,751 members across 28 states.

Source: AIS’s Directory of Health Plans

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