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Michigan

Name of Medicaid Program(s) and number of people participating

The Michigan program is known as Michigan Medicaid or the Michigan Medical Assistance Program.  It is administered by the Michigan Department of Community Health: http://www.michigan.gov/mdch/0,1607,7-132-2943_4860---,00.html.  As of June 1, 2013, there were 1,929,200 individuals enrolled in the Michigan Medicaid program.1

Expanding Medicaid?

Yes.

Health Insurance Marketplace (if applicable)/ State based, Partnership or Federally Facilitated Exchange? 

Federally facilitated Marketplace: www.healthcare.gov

Health Information Exchange (if applicable)

Michigan has a number of HIEs, some connected and others operating independently from one another.  The largest HIE in the state is known as Michigan Health Connect: http://michiganhealthconnect.org/.  Other HIE’s in the state include: Michigan Health Information Network Shared Services; Jackson Community Medical Record; Capital Area RHIO; Upper Peninsula Health Care Network; my1HIE; South East Michigan Health Information Exchange; Great Lakes Health Information Exchange; and Ingenium. 

APCD (if applicable) 

Michigan has shown strong interest in establishing an APCD, but no formal action yet.

Featured Initiatives

 

Footnotes

  • 1. Michigan Medicaid Enrollment totals for 2013.  Available at:  http://kff.org/report-section/medicaid-enrollment-june-2013-data-snapshot-appendix-a-table-a-1-total-medicaid-enrollment-by-state/