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    Medicaid is a health care program run by the state and gets its funding from the federal government. It is primarily intended for individuals that fall below the federal poverty level and do not have health care insurance. Medicaid will give benefits and assistance for basic health care and home health care based on the income level of the individual and/or their family. If they have health insurance, they will also take this into account when determining the extent of assistance they will provide. A person should get in touch with their caseworker if they are already under the Medicare program or to a disability related Supplemental Security Income to determine if they will still be eligible for Medicaid benefits in the state where they live.

    Medicaid includes some kinds of home health care and hospice care under its coverage in a number of states. For each of these states, they have different eligibility and remuneration policies for home health care, since Medicaid is run differently by every state. Medicaid assistance is usually grouped into different programs that provide for adults with disabilities, children with disabilities, the elderly and hospice care. For Medicaid home health care eligibility requirements for each state, it is imperative to check with the local Medicaid office, a social worker, health care professionals or other Medicaid support personnel.


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    Did you know that there's a news that talks about debt ceiling issues. In the news that I've heard they mentioned that one of the biggest battles on Capitol Hill right now is the fight over the national debt ceiling. If the debt ceiling is not increased, Social Security, Medicaid and Medicare are just a few of the products that will be in danger. The bad economy has shortened the life of the trust funds that support Social Security and Medicare, the nation's biggest benefit programs. In this case it will only worsen the situation and there will lots of problem that will come. I found this here: Social Security and Medicare at risk if debt ceiling not increased

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