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is a jointly-funded, federal-state health insurance program for
certain low-income and needy people. It covers approximately
36 million individuals including children, the aged, blind, and/or
disabled, and people who are eligible to receive federally assisted
income maintenance payments. Medicaid programs vary widely from
state to state.
- Health Care
Financing Administration - Center for Medicaid and State Operations
- This government
site provides general information for consumers and
beneficiaries as well as specific information for professional
- The Medicaid
- Part of
the Families USA website, this site provides a wealth of information
and publications about Medicaid, both from the Clearinghouse
and from external sources.
Law: An Overview
- This section
of the Cornell Legal Information Institute website provides an
overview of the law as well as federal statutes, regulations,
judicial decisions, and select state resources.
- Murphy's Unofficial
- This handy
personal homepage by the director of the Program Support Division
of the Alabama Medicaid Agency provides a clear overview of Medicaid,
links to state Medicaid sites on the web, and links to other
Medicaid related sites.
- NHelp Medicaid
- This section
of the National Health Law Program is packed with information,
resources and links relating to Medicaid. The material ranges
from fact sheets on Medicaid coverage to government correspondence
and technical reports.
- The Urban
Institute - Medicaid
- A wide variety
of publications about Medicaid from this economic/social policy
research agency, in html and pdf format.
- Financial Information
- Health Care - Funding
- Managed Care
- The Olmstead Decision
- Resources in your state
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