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  • Aaron W Saoud, Esq.

What is Medicaid?

Medicaid is a government program in the United States that provides health coverage to low-income individuals and families. It is jointly funded by the federal government and individual states, but it is administered by the states according to federal requirements.

Medicaid covers a wide range of medical services including doctor visits, hospital stays, prescription drugs, nursing home care, and more. Eligibility for Medicaid varies by state and is based on factors such as income, household size, disability status, and other criteria.

Medicaid plays a crucial role in providing health insurance coverage to millions of Americans who otherwise might not be able to afford it, including children, pregnant women, elderly individuals, and people with disabilities.

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