What is Medicaid?

Medicaid is the United States National Health Care System that provides health coverage to over 64.7 Million People.

The program was created for people with low-incomes that cannot afford, or do not have access to, private healthcare insurance.

People in the Medicaid, low-income category often include:

  • Adults in the poverty level incomes
  • Children
  • Pregnant Women
  • Elderly Adults
  • People with Disabilities

According to, Medicaid is ran by the U.S. states, according to federal requirements. However, both the states’ governments and the federal government work together to fund the program.

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