CMS has issued a memo outlining optional strategies states can use to make progress toward reducing the number of uninsured individuals and transition to new eligibility and enrollment systems and coverage of new Medicaid enrollees. The letter describes how states can adopt (with enhanced federal matching) the following five specific targeted enrollment strategies: accelerating adoption of Modified Adjusted Gross Income (MAGI)-based rules, extending the Medicaid renewal period, enrolling individuals into Medicaid based on Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) eligibility, enrolling parents into Medicaid based on children’s income eligibility; and adopting 12-month continuous eligibility for parents and other adults. CMS intends to use a streamlined review and approval process for states interested in implementing these approaches.