Offers health coverage to low-income people and is one of the largest payers for health care in the United States.
> To receive services in their own home or community, > For mentally disabilities, > Physically disabilities
> Low-income families, > Qualified pregnant women and children, > Individuals receiving Supplemental Security Income (SSI).
Provide coverage for outpatient prescription drugs to all categorically eligible individuals.
> Primary care services > Physician specialist services; > Behavioral health services, > Pre- and post-natal obstetric services, > Home healthcare services.
> Supporting enrollment efforts, > Helping connect enrollees to care, > Promoting preventive service.
Medicaid program funded jointly by Federal & State government
States may impose Cost sharing like(Copayments, Coinsurance, and deductibles,) on adults, parents, aged, disabled and blind person but specifically with some exceptions.
States may impose premiums that include 5% of Capital at or above 150% FPL norm 2011.
Provide children with 12 months of continuous coverage through Medicaid and CHIP, no matter if the family's income changes during the year.
Those who are lawfully residing in the United States, Medicaid, and CHIP coverage to children and pregnant women.