Once the individual who received presumptive eligibility obtains the needed information for their Maryland Medicaid application, they submit the documents and their case is completed. Currently, 93 percent of Maryland Medicaid applications are processed within 24 hours. No individuals from the detention centers or parole and probation centers have needed to utilize presumptive eligibility because their Maryland Medicaid applications were approved. In 2018, the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services (DPSCS) enrolled an average of 217 exiting inmates or detainees per month in Medicaid, a total of 2,387. The pace is significantly higher than the 2,675 — or 150 a month — the department enrolled in the first two years of eligibility.