Datapoint: Elevance Loses Out on Kentucky Medicaid Contract Case

The Kentucky Supreme Court last week ruled against Elevance Health’s challenge to the state’s Medicaid contract awards, according to the Kentucky Lantern. Elevance argued the state’s bidding process was flawed when it lost out on its contract renewal, in a case that dates back to 2019. The insurer’s Anthem Health Plans of Kentucky currently serves 185,561 Medicaid and CHIP members in the state, about 12% of the managed Medicaid population. The state’s remaining contracted Medicaid insurers are CVS Health’s Aetna, Humana Inc., Passport Health Plan, UnitedHealthcare and Centene Corp.’s WellCare.

Source: AIS’s Directory of Health Plans

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