Medicaid Assists More Than 185,000 New Hampshire Residents (as if That’s a Good Thing)

This is an interesting take on the Medicaid situation in NH. Follow the link to look at the graph (so you can feel the expansion of Medicaid with your eyes) and the breakdown of whom it supposedly serves.

One of New Hampshire’s largest government services, Medicaid helps approximately one out of every seven Granite Staters access health care. The Medicaid program is a joint federal-state partnership to eliminate or defray the costs of health coverage for certain populations with incomes below certain levels, including children, parents, pregnant women, people with disabilities, seniors and nursing home residents, and other individuals with low incomes. | More…

| NHFPI

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