[fcb-l] Affordable care act for special groups! Important read!
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Thu Sep 16 20:28:03 GMT 2010
SUMMARY: Millions of low-income adults without children who currently cannot
qualify for coverage, as well as many low-income parents and children now
covered through the CHIP program will become eligible for Medicaid. These
programs are expected to cover an additional 16 million people by 2019. This
brief provides the details of the benefit and cost-sharing rules that will
govern the coverage available to newly-eligible adult Medicaid
TOPIC(S): Affordable Care Act
SOURCE: Kaiser Family Foundation
MORE INFO: http://www.hcbs.org/moreInfo.php/nb/doc/3327
SUMMARY: Find an analysis of changes the new law makes to Medicaid, Medicare
Part D and Medicare Advantage that impact low income individuals in
particular. There is also a brief discussion of the coverage expansion and
its potential impact on this population. This brief is part of a series of
issue briefs prepared by NSCLC which discuss the impact of the new law on
low income older adults.
TOPIC(S): Affordable Care Act, Aging Issues
SOURCE: National Senior Citizens Law Center
MORE INFO: http://www.hcbs.org/moreInfo.php/nb/doc/3340
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