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Public Health Plan Information

 
What is Medicaid?


Medicaid is a partnership between federal and state governments that provides free or low-cost health insurance. Learn More about Medicaid and the various aspects of the Medicaid Program.

Public Plans for You & Your Family


Certain public plans are targeted for those with low-income people, senior citizens, people with disabilities, and some children. Learn more about these programs and see if your family qualifies.

Non-Profit Clinical Care


Community Health Centers are non-profit clinics designed to serve those who are uninsured or underinsured. Learn more about these non-profit clinics and the type of care they provide.

Recent Health Insurance InfoStats

Medicaid Acceptance by Healthcare Providers

Not all doctors accept Medicaid and the quantity of doctors rejecting Medicaid insurance presents a potential challenge to the Affordable Care Act’s expansion of the program. Given the national rate of Medicaid acceptance, HealthPocket reviewed Medicaid acceptance rates in cities of contrasting economic status to determine if an area’s average household income had a bearing on Medicaid acceptance.

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