Datapoint: South Dakota Expands Medicaid

South Dakota on July 1 implemented its voter-backed Medicaid expansion, which will bring health coverage to about 52,000 people, according to CMS. The state will also receive enhanced federal funding via the American Rescue Plan. South Dakota served 104,860 Medicaid lives as of June 2023, a significant increase from a pre-COVID total of about 88,000 lives. South Dakota is also one of a handful of states that continues to facilitate Medicaid benefits under a fee-for-service model.

Source: AIS’s Directory of Health Plans

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