re·​de·​ter·​mine (ˌ)rē-di-ˈtər-mən How to pronounce redetermine (audio)
redetermined; redetermining; redetermines

transitive verb

: to determine (something previously determined) again
redetermine values based on new data
redetermination noun
plural redeterminations
yearly redetermination of tax rates

Examples of redetermine in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web More:Indiana health commissioner who led response to COVID-19 to retire For now, the process has just begun with the first roughly 10% of enrollees being asked to redetermine eligibility. Shari Rudavsky, The Indianapolis Star, 5 June 2023 This rule has now ended, and states can redetermine whether Medicaid participants still qualify. Arielle Zionts, CBS News, 15 May 2023 Three years later, with the coronavirus public health declaration coming to an end, annual enrollment is starting up again, requiring governments to redetermine if every person enrolled in Medicaid meets the criteria. Jenna Portnoy, Washington Post, 6 May 2023 But starting April 1, states began redetermining the eligibility of Medicaid recipients and started applying pre-pandemic eligibility criteria. Erica Sweeney, Men's Health, 22 Apr. 2023 That means that each month over the next year, somewhere between 10,000 and 30,000 Alaskans currently enrolled in the program will have their Medicaid eligibility redetermined by the state. Annie Berman, Anchorage Daily News, 19 Apr. 2023 Medicaid Coverage: As pandemic protections expire, states are redetermining which people are eligible for the health insurance program. Sheryl Gay Stolberg, New York Times, 9 Apr. 2023 Officials on April 1 began the massive undertaking of redetermining the eligibility of all 1.5 million people in Oregon who receive Medicaid coverage. Jamie Goldberg, oregonlive, 8 Apr. 2023 The last several years have forced every company to rethink and redetermine their workplace paradigms. Carolyn Childers, Fortune, 12 Jan. 2023 See More

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Word History

First Known Use

circa 1611, in the meaning defined above

Time Traveler
The first known use of redetermine was circa 1611

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“Redetermine.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 7 Dec. 2023.

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