Every 12 months, your county will conduct a review to determine if you and/or your family members continue to meet Medi-Cal eligibility requirements. This review process is called your annual redetermination.
Your county will check the information that you used last year. If it all matches, then they will renew your Medi-Cal coverage. And you’ll get a notice telling you that you’re still covered.
If your county can’t verify your information, they will send you a redetermination form. Fill out the required information. And send your form back to your county human services agency. Your county will send you a letter telling you if you still qualify for coverage.
You’ll lose your Medi-Cal coverage if you don’t return your redetermination form on time. If you lose your Medi-Cal coverage, you’ll get a notice. You can get your coverage back by contacting your county human services agency. You need to contact them within 90 days of getting your loss of coverage notice. And give them the information needed to continue your coverage.
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