The Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services last week issued a proposed rule designed to remove Medicaid and Children’s Health Insurance Program enrollment barriers and retain coverage for individuals when the COVID-19 public health emergency and related continuous eligibility requirements eventually end. CMS will accept comments on the proposed rule through Nov. 7. 

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