Michigan is rebidding managed Medicaid contracts that serve about 2.2 million lives, according to an Aug. 22 press release from the state. “We want to provide Michiganders served by Medicaid health plans with a more equitable, coordinated and person-centered system of care,” Elizabeth Hertel, state HHS director, said in the statement.” Contracts for the rebidded program are scheduled to be implemented Oct. 1, 2024. Michigan’s Medicaid managed care plans currently serve 2,316,164 lives, with Centene leading the pack at 23.9% market share. Molina Healthcare, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and UnitedHealthcare, among other insurers, also serve the program.
Source: AIS’s Directory of Health Plans