sábado, 11 de julio de 2015

50 Years of Medicaid: Women, AI/AN, and Immigrants


The Center for Medicaid and CHIP Services (CMCS) is continuing to recognize Medicaid’s contribution to the health and security of the most vulnerable Americans.  In commemoration of the 50th anniversary of Medicaid, we are posting highlights of the people, places, and progress that represent the Medicaid program we know today.
We’ll be posting daily between June 10th and July 30th – every day for 50 days – and we hope you’ll view and share them.  If you missed this week’s post, you can still find them onMedicaid.gov.
  • Medicaid Covers Women's Health Needs At Every Stage of Life
  • Medicaid Leads the Way in Efforts to Improve Birth Outcomes
  • Medicaid Covers Family Planning Services 
  • Medicaid Covers American Indians and Alaska Natives
  • Outreach and Enrollment Activities Boost Medicaid and CHIP Coverage for American Indian and Alaska Native People
  • Medicaid Expansion Has Made a Difference: A Tribal Health Leader Shares Her Story
  • Many Lawfully Present Immigrants are Eligible for Medicaid: State Policy Choices Have Helped Increase Enrollment
  • Community-based Outreach is Key to Helping Eligible Immigrants Enroll in Medicaid and CHIP
Please share the link to these anniversary posts with your colleagues and throughout your networks. And make sure to continue visiting our site daily through July 30th for a new highlight.
Thanks – and Happy Anniversary!

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