Medicaid, a medical assistance program created to provide health care services to low income families, the aged, blind, and/or disabled, is a federal-state partnership which provides matching grants to states that administer the program. Each state determines the design of its program, including the eligibility categories, covered benefits and payment levels, which can lead to significant differences from state to state.
AHLA is pleased to bring you this fifty state guide to the various programs and benefits available in each of the states and the District of Columbia. It gives you a snapshot for each state of who is covered, what the eligibility criteria are, and the income thresholds for each of the programs offered. This valuable tool will allow you to determine each states’ requirements. Also included is a guide to helpful legislative sources for each of the states and D.C.
This is for the electronic (PDF) version only.