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The Daily Signal Jun 8
The California Assembly voted 44-11 in favor of a bill that broadens state coverage to include illegal immigrants—to the tune of more than $3 billion annually.
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Whitney Stohr Jun 14
Replying to @StohrWhitney
In other states -- like WA, our homestate -- coverage for disabled kids is not automatic. If the child's family has an income above a poverty line -- no matter how slightly above it -- that child is ineligible for benefits. That child cannot receive .
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Whitney Stohr Jun 14
Replying to @StohrWhitney
The reason we were told: Under WA state law, if a waiver recipient is hospitalized for 30+ days, the waiver is automatically terminated. Your access to insurance through that program is severed. Again: B.c someone was hospitalized, the state will terminate eligibility
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Whitney Stohr Jun 14
Replying to @StohrWhitney
One may assume that a person, especially a child, with a disability would automatically qualify for state health care and benefits. At the very least, they should get state health coverage via , right? That assumption would be wrong.
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Whitney Stohr Jun 14
Replying to @StohrWhitney
We walked that path for our son. The process took months as all governmental processes surely do. But, we finally received our waiver.
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America Home Care 23h
People with the ability to work partially and full time can apply for the program in New York. To apply you must the following term for check the How To Apply For Medicaid In NY. . Emergency Call: 716-288-9300.
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Ayanna Pressley Jun 12
The determines how federal $ are allocated for crime assistance, , Children's Insurance prgm Communities of color, specifically have been undercounted for decades. If you are not counted, you don't count!
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RISE 21h
How Expansion Prevents Child Neglect via
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Politics & Health ♒️🌊 Jun 11
Replying to @lamarshall
One key data point: "...middle-aged people who live in states that expanded Medicaid under the ACA are less likely to die of heart disease.." Did your state expand ?
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Scott A. Olson, CLTC Jun 7
The best long-term care facilities do NOT accept Medicaid. The good facilities that take usually have very loooooong waiting lists. My MIL's policy helped her get into the best assisted-living facility in town. 2-bedroom, 2-bath, kitchen, huge LR.
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Modern Medicaid Alliance Jun 13
Washington State Health Care Authority Director Sue Birch showed us how managed care works in Washington state at yesterday’s Congressional HCTTF-Alliance briefing
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AG Jeff Landry Jun 14
My office has a team dedicated to investigating fraud, abuse, and the neglect of nursing home residents. If you are aware of fraud or mistreatment, immediately contact my office. For more information:
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C. Texas Urgent Care Jun 14
We are now accepting all plans at our clinics! If you have questions, please call us at 877-887-1253.
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