Important Information about Medicaid

Medicaid Renewals

Are you currently enrolled in Medicaid? Starting April 1st, 2023, Nebraska Medicaid will resume normal operations and “unwind” the continuous coverage requirement that was in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Nebraska Medicaid will begin by trying to automatically renew a member’s coverage. If it is known a member has not moved and has not had a change in income, Nebraska Medicaid can automatically renew.

  • If an automatic renewal cannot be completed, Nebraska Medicaid will mail a printed renewal form to the member. These forms are mailed between 30 to 60 days before the member’s renewal must be completed.
  • If a member doesn’t respond to the renewal request, they can lose their coverage for failing to provide information.
  • If a member is no longer eligible for Medicaid, they will be sent a notice from Nebraska Medicaid. Their information may also be sent to the Health Insurance Marketplace. 



Access to quality, affordable, and equitable health care can be life-changing. Nebraska has expanded Medicaid benefits to low-income, able-bodied adults of working age (19-64 years old). You must meet income requirements to qualify. Benefits include doctor services, emergencies, hospitalization, maternity and newborn, dental services, vision services and more.  Find DHHS fact sheets, flyers, rack cards, and more on expanded Medicaid at


Applications for Heritage Health Adult are available through ACCESSNebraska. Visit or call (855) 632-7633 to apply.

Help is available! Enroll Nebraska’s network of enrollment assisters is available to help with application and eligibility questions. Find free, local assistance on our assister map here or by calling 2-1-1.


Stories are the most powerful form of advocacy, and we would love to hear your story. We want to know why Medicaid expansion is important to you. How will it make a difference for you or your loved ones? How has this pandemic increased the need for Medicaid expansion?