Percentage of Medicaid recipients disenrolled for procedural reasons in 22 states

A minimum of 80 percent of Medicaid beneficiaries disenrolled from the program were booted for procedural reasons in nine states, according to a June 29  report from KFF. 

KFF analyzed state unwinding reports submitted to CMS. Several states report unwinding data on renewals without enough information about the reasons for termination. 

Overall, 71 percent of disenrollments are due to procedural reasons, according to the report. That's down from 76 percent on June 14. 

Here are the shares of disenrollments due to procedural reasons in states with available data as of June 29:

South Carolina: 93 percent 

Kansas: 89 percent

Connecticut: 87 percent

West Virginia: 87 percent

Indiana: 85 percent 

Arkansas: 82 percent

Oklahoma: 80 percent

Montana: 80 percent

New Hampshire: 80 percent

Arizona: 78 percent

Ohio: 75 percent 

Kentucky: 72 percent 

Maryland: 71 percent 

Nevada: 70 percent 

Vermont: 67 percent 

South Dakota: 66 percent 

Florida: 65 percent

Rhode Island: 47 percent 

Pennsylvania: 44 percent

Colorado: 33 percent

Iowa: 28 percent

Alaska: 15 percent

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